Heathrow third runway: David Cameron commits to manifesto pledge - video

The prime minister, David Cameron, says he will not break his manifesto pledge on a third runway at Heathrow. Cameron said he believes a cross-party review is required to make a decision on airport capacity. Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg said the coalition government's stance on a third runway has not changed

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