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What the papers say - THE TIMES

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Super juggernauts weighing up to 84t could be allowed on Britain's roads under proposals being considered by government. HGVs are currently limited to 44t, with an overall length of 20m. But two haulage companies want 35m long vehicles.

British Airways is giving its passengers the option of paying a voluntary carbon emissions tax. The amount will depend on distance travelled, with passengers flying to Paris paying £5 and those going to Los Angeles £13.

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