‘It was like a war zone’ | Andy Mossack on Heathrow Airport cancellations

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‘It was just like a war zone.’

Travel expert Andy Mossack speaks to Colin Brazier of being a ‘victim’ of flight cancellations at Heathrow Airport.

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