ANALYSIS: Can expanded Heathrow keep within air-quality limits?

When the UK government announced in June that members of parliament had voted in favour of building a third runway at London Heathrow, it threw in the caveat that final development consent would be granted only if the expansion could be delivered within the country's existing air-quality obligations.

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