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Plans for Stansted Airport to raise the current cap of 35 million passengers a year to 43 million have been approved by Uttlesford District Council.
The vote was a close affair with the chairman of the planning committee having the casting vote.
Though the Government will need to ratify the decision of the council, a process which could take several months.
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Ram raiders used a Toyota to steal the cash machine from the front of a shop in Essex.
Police were called to Honeysuckle Stores in Witham around 2.10am today, November 13.
A Toyota Rav4 was used to ram the shop before three people - all with their faces covered and wearing hoodies - were seen getting into two other cars and fleeing.
They headed in the direction of Flora Road in what is thought to have been an Audi four-wheel drive and a Mercedes.
Police were on the scene within six minutes and searched the area using a helicopter.
Officers have appealed for CCTV and dashcam footage.
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Stansted Airport will learn this week if it's been successful in its bid to increase the number of passengers it can handle, by eight million a year.
Uttlesford District Council is due to make a decision on Stansted's planning application on Wednesday (14th November).
But not everyone is convinced with anti-expansion campaigners raising concerns about carbon emissions and noise.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper.
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