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Heathrow expansion will wreck Boris Johnson's promises to 'level up' UK, economists warn

Independent Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Third runway estimated to trigger £43bn GDP shift to London and southeast from poorer regions – ahead of crucial court ruling
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