Heathrow reaction round up: End of the beginning...again

| October 25, 2016

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While a final vote in Parliament on Heathrow expansion is not due for around a year’s time, by backing Heathrow the Government today fired the starting gun on fights, feuds, prospective legal challenges, protests and a by-election.

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