Heathrow needs to be more eth­i­cal

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - BRYAN TOM­LIN­SON. Che­viot Close, Har­ling­ton

EV­ERY time I read a let­ter from Heathrow’s chief PR spin mas­ter Rob Gray, his lu­natic ram­blings in­crease in des­per­a­tion.

There are tens of thou­sands of ‘sup­port­ers’ of Back Heathrow that see Rob Gray as a li­a­bil­ity ru­in­ing the good re­la­tion­ship be­tween air­port work­ers like my­self and lo­cal com­mu­ni­ties threat­ened with ex­tinc­tion.

Heathrow won’t be saved by Rob Gray’s ir­rel­e­vant polls or photo op­por­tu­ni­ties show­ing Back Heathrow laugh­ing at the de­mo­li­tion of schools, homes and busi­nesses.

Heathrow will only be saved by their own man­age­ment be­com­ing more eth­i­cal and treat­ing their neigh­bours as part­ners and not con­quests.

If John Hol­land-Kaye can­not cre­ate im­proved prof­its, eco­nomic growth and more jobs within Heathrow’s perime­ter, his Chi­nese and Qatari bosses should re­place him with a bet­ter CEO.

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