Heathrow Vow Returns to Haunt Cameron Amid Tory Spat Over Runway

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  • Johnson, Goldsmith, Greening lead opposition to expansion
  • Prime minister's `no ifs, no buts' pledge looms over decision

Heathrow's proposed third runway.

Source: Heathrow Airport

While U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron trumpeted his delivery of policy pledges made before May’s general election, a vow he made six years ago against the expansion of London’s key airport is proving more contentious in his party. 

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