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London City airport’s Ł480m expansion is overdue

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Trams are set to return to Merseyside - this is where they will operate

Trams linking rail and ferry services with people's homes could soon return to Merseyside, with support for the project having been reignited in a notice of motion by local councillors.

Airport boss welcomes council leader commitment to rail link

THE boss of Glasgow Airport has welcomed a statement by Glasgow’s council leader that she is committee to the rail link.

Thursday, 11 October 2018

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