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UK government was repeatedly warned about danger from drones and its legislation was too little, too late

Electric planes will not cut pollution sufficiently to justify airport expansion, analysis reveals

‘With the best will in the world, electric flight is only going to be able to shave a few per cent off emissions from air travel between now and 2050’

Transport Minister Chris Grayling comes fire again amid claims MI5 'took command of Gatwick drone response from him because someone had to get a grip'…as ministers scramble to protect against 'copycat' attacks

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling came under increasing pressure last night following claims that the security services had to intervene to 'get a grip' on the drone crisis.

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  • Northern gains backing for independent inquiry over RMT Guard disputeOn Wednesday, 19th December 2018, Northern announced that it had formally written to ACAS, asking for it to use its powers to launch an independent inquiry into the issues at the heart of the RMT Union’s long-running dispute with Northern, over the role of the on-train Guard.

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