An opposition motion against the Welsh government’s plans to buy Cardiff Airport has been defeated after a heated debate in Wales’ National Assembly.  Two amendments to the motion were also defeated. In mid-December, Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones announced that the government had entered into an exclusive due diligence agreement with TBI, the owner of Cardiff Airport. Announcing the agreement, Jones said, “For many months now I have emphasized the importance ...

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