Heathrow third runway - green experts react

Michael Holder
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IT glitch at NATS data centre fixed – Heathrow and Gatwick flights back to normal
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IT glitch at NATS data centre fixed – Heathrow and Gatwick flights back to normal

'This is a dark day for local communities, and suggests a reckless disregard for the climate change damage that a new runway will bring'

After years of delays and debate, Heathrow Airport today secured government backing for the construction of a third runway. But any hopes the decision would bring an end to a decade of controversy will...

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