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But Mr Wingate told the BBC that building a new runway at Gatwick would be substantially cheaper than expanding at Heathrow. Gatwick was owned by the former BAA until private equity fund consortium Global Infrastructure Part Mr Wingate said: “Gatwick will celebrate four years of new ownership in December. In this time. we have turned around decades of under-investment to enable Gatwick to emerge as a competitive, world-class airport. “A new runway here would deliver the routes that passengers actually want at a better price, more quickly and with significantly less environmental impact. The UK’s next runway has got to be at Gatwick.” The figures were boosted by continued strong growth from budget European airline


TRAFFIC OPINIONS Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected.

Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected.

Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”

Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”


Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected. Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.” About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday and residents were allowed to return home. Cargin said: “So many.

Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected. Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.” About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday.


ACCIDENT The main reason behind traffic jams is the rapid growth of the population. As a result, the number of vehicles is increasing. Travelling is not easy or pleasant in Lahore. Staying longer in traffic frustrates people. Even in emergency cases, ambulances get trapped in traffic. People drive their cars at high speed when they can due to which accidents take place.

The main reason behind traffic jams is the rapid growth of the population. As a result, the number of vehicles is increasing. Travelling is not easy or pleasant in Lahore. Staying longer in traffic frustrates people. Even in emergency cases, ambulances get trapped in traffic. People drive their cars at high speed when they can due to which accidents take place.


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POLLUTION Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected. the network, said services would not be affected. Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.” About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday and residents were allowed to return home. Cargin said: “So many people had to be evacuated and were seriously inconvenienced for over nine hours. You have to question what these people were trying to achieve.”

Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.” About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday and residents were allowed to return home. Cargin said: “So many people had to be evacuated and were seriously inconvenienced for over nine hours. You have to question what these people were trying to achieve.”


PUBLIC TRANSPORT Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said which operates the network, said services would not be affected. services would not be affected. Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”

Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”

About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday and residents were allowed to return home.

About 70 families from 40 houses were evacuated while army bomb disposal teams worked to make the device safe. The alert ended at about 3.30am on Thursday and residents were allowed to return home.


TRAFFIC SIGHNS Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates Ciaran Rogan, from Translink, which operates the network, said services would not be affected. the network, said services would not be affected. Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”

Stormont’s transport minister, Danny Kennedy, condemned those responsible. “I want to praise the bravery of the bus driver who had to deal with this frightening situation,” the Ulster Unionist member said. “Attacks on public transport impact the entire community who depend on buses and trains to get to work, school, hospital and go about their daily business. The driver showed immense courage under very difficult circumstances.”

About 70 evacuated worked to ended at residents

About 70 evacuated worked to ended at residents

families from 40 houses were while army bomb disposal teams make the device safe. The alert about 3.30am on Thursday and were allowed to return home.

families from 40 houses were while army bomb disposal teams make the device safe. The alert about 3.30am on Thursday and were allowed to return home.


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