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Climate change dominates the headlines just now, and justifiably so, but less attention is paid to the implications of climate targets for communities and livelihoods.

The chief executive of Highlands and Islands Airport Ltd (HIAL) Inglis Lyon has been warned by air traffic controllers union Prospect to stop ‘antagonising’ staff with misleading claims and focus on persuading the Scottish Government to help resolve the dispute.

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After a year of negotiations, most recently a total failure on the part of HIAL to come back to the table with an improved offer, we have reached the unacceptable situation where HIAL management say ministers responsible for resolving the dispute, while the First Minister says it HIAL which is responsible.

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