RSPB launches legal challenge against 'perverse' approval for Lydd Airport expansion

James Murray
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Conservation group to argue expansion of Kent airport poses threat to legally protected habitats

The RSPB has today announced that it will launch legal action against the government's controversial decision to approve the expansion of Lydd Airport in Kent, arguing that the move will pose an unacceptable...

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