The UK public will expect the country’s airports to invest in anti-drone measures following the London Gatwick Airport incident in December, the country’s Defence Secretary said. “I think that everyone would be expecting all airports to be having this detection, and deterrence effect also, at all commercial airports in the future,” Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson said. “It is a logical thing for them to be investing [in].” He added that UK airports ...

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