The new UK government is reversing several elements of the former government's airport policy that included major capacity expansions in the southeast of England. As part of its pledge "to implement a full program of measures to fulfill our joint ambitions for a low carbon and eco-friendly economy," the new ruling Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition struck down plans for construction of a third runway at London Heathrow and second runways at London Gatwick and ...

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