Forget third runway, expand Birmingham instead, says Cable

Nicholas Cecil ; Pippa Crerar
June 2012
Evening Standard;6/12/2012, p10
VINCE CABLE today intervened in the row over boosting Britain's aviation links by backing a major expansion of Birmingham airport.


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