After the ‘barking’ measures proposed by Tory front-bencher Liz Truss proved less than effective in combating drones, the Tories are preparing to roll out new anti-drone measures at airports across the UK after a successful trial:
In a bid to enhance its environmental credentials, the government is said to be planning to make the rolls by recycling old, defunct versions of Theresa May’s Brexit proposals and Brexit debate order papers, which are in abundant supply.
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