The UK’s trade minister resigned on June 21 over a planned House of Commons vote on whether to build a third runway at London Heathrow Airport. “As the government will be whipping the vote on Monday [June 25], this means I am resigning from the government,” Greg Hands, a conservative member of Parliament representing the constituency of Chelsea and Fulham in greater west London, stated on Twitter. Hands, who opposes the airport expansion, served for the past two years as ...

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