Boris Johnson attacks 'myopic' Airports Commission as estuary plan is rejected

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Panel tasked with deciding on additional runways in the south-east rules out mayor's plan for hub in the Thames estuary

The London mayor, Boris Johnson, has launched a withering attack on the "irrelevant" and "myopic" Airports Commission, after the panel tasked with deciding where to build additional runways in the south-east...

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