Residents call on Cameron to keep 2009 Heathrow promise

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Residents call on Cameron to keep 2009 Heathrow promise

A residents' group that represent the local residents' living under the Heathrow flight path are delivering a letter to Downing Street asking David Cameron to honour his 2009 promise of "no ifs, no buts, there will be no third runway at Heathrow”. 

John Stewart, Chair of Heathrow Association Control of Aircraft Noise, joined Wake Up to discuss the letter and what it hopes to achieve.
Today marks the closing of the Airports Commission’s current consultation. 

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