Hoon held Madrid talks to ‘build bridges’ over BAA row
which is forcing it to sell off several UK airports, that talks were held with
Britain’s ambassador in
to “build bridges” with Spanish firm Ferrovial, which bought BAA three years ago.
links between the Government and BAA following allegations of collusion between
the two over the plans for a third runway at Heathrow.
of State comes running, while local residents feel they were not giving a fair
hearing [over Heathrow expansion].”
officials held on 17 December last year that were released under freedom of information
– Frank, Home Counties, England.
– now do we see this governments contempt for its own people, their health and
well being – Hoon should go and go quickly………
– Christian Ball, London, UK
– Robert, London UK
– Marianne, British National In Despari, SW France
abbetted assett stripping. Ferrovial was given tax perks that the EU forced the
Spanish government to stop however Ferrovial did not have to repay anything. What
comes around goes around and the predator got caught. The ‘Spanish practices’
that empowed Ferrovial have left them exposed in a downturn. The multiple ownership
of London’s airports was illogical and monopolistic and for Hoon to go grovelling
is typical of this administration.
– Antoine Desmoines, London, UK