UK transport secretary Patrick McLoughlin told Parliament June 30 that a decision on a much-needed runway in South East England would be postponed until “at least October.” In the wake of the UK’s June 23 vote to exit the European Union (Brexit) and the subsequent decision of Prime Minister David Cameron to stand down, the decision is effectively being delayed until a new prime minister from the ruling Conservative Party is in place. The announcement is the latest in a ...

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