Goodwins dredging controversy
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Goodwin Sands dredging 'should be halted' by plane wreck

Dover Harbour Board has been granted a licence to dredge on the Goodwin Sands, six miles off the Kent coast.

The board plans to use the dredged material as part of a major redevelopment of the docks.

Campaigners opposed to the scheme say the discovery of the remains of a World War Two aircraft means the site should now be protected as a war grave.

  • 14 Sep 2018
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