Shut Heathrow and in it's place build a new town for up to a quarter of a million people. That's one of Boris Johnson's ideas for dealing with the need to increase airport capacity for London.
To make up for losing Heathrow, he proposes one of three options:
A new airport in the Thames Estuary - the so-called "Boris Island" - a new airport in Kent, or expanding Stansted.
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