Wake up, Britain. We’ve been betrayed over Heathrow | Roger Hallam
MPs need to understand the whirlwind they will reap if they keep backing commercial interests over humanity’s survival
Some things are, to use Caroline Lucas’s word, “unforgivable”. The decision by MPs to put commercial interests ahead of the needs of our planet when it came to vote on the third runway at Heathrow represents a final, catastrophic betrayal. I had just finished a 14-day hunger strike, along with other Vote No Heathrow campaigners, to try to get across our objection to the idea. We are committed. Boris Johnson – supposedly an avowed critic of the plan – couldn’t even be bothered to turn up.
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In such circumstances have a right and indeed the duty to rebel
Source: Guardian Transport
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