John Stewart, chair of AirportWatch, writes about the potential electoral consequences of Boris Johnson’s lust for more airports and runways in the South East.
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AirportWatch’s John Stewart reports on the latest news in the debate on aviation in the south east, following reports the Heathrow third runway is back on.
John Stewart, chair of AirportWatch, writes about the government’s recent remarks on airport expansion and aviation, following today’s budget.
John Stewart of AirportWatch explains why even other Tories, from Gideon Osborne down, are privately briefing against Boris Island: it’s a ridiculous idea.
Ken Macintosh argues Scotland needs to get its infrastructure in order to send out a clear message it’s a good country to do business in.
Richard Hebditch, of the Campaign for Better Transport, writes about the challenges facing Justine Greening as she starts work at the Department for Transport.
Boris Johnson’s attacks on the government’s aviation policy are becoming increasingly strident, reports John Stewart of Airport Watch.