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COUNCILS DIFFER ON NEED FOR TUNNEL TO IRELAND

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Local authorities in north Wales are considering the benefits of a tunnel link with Ireland, BBC Radio Four's Today...
Local authorities in north Wales are considering the benefits of a tunnel link with Ireland, BBC Radio Four's Today programme reported this morning.

Gareth Winston Roberts, leader of Anglesey Council, said plans should start now for a Holyhead-Dublin tunnel to be built in the next 20 years. There would be 'major economic benefits for the whole of north Wales', he told Today.

But Hugh Vaughan Thomas, chief executive of Denbighshire CC, told the programme investment would be better spent on improving the current infrastructure.
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