Senior Economist Stephen Devlin writes for the New Statesman
28 October 2016
Senior Economist Stephen Devlin writes for the New Statesman about the deeply unfair expansion of Heathrow:
“The real reason for expanding Heathrow is to cater for the huge expected increase in leisure flying, which will come from a small and relatively rich part of the population. At present it’s estimated that 70 per cent of flights are taken by 15 per cent of the population.”
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