In those days, the trip to Europe took many weeks, but his arrival in the Dutch port was not the end of his long journey. This is where the timing of the new World Bank funds earmarked for Ethiopia is suspicious. Ethiopian sources noted how the PM recited a Muslim prayer to the Egyptian leader by way of giving assurance. The same is true for the majority of African countries.
Heathrow Media Centre, the public relations department of Heathrow Airport Ltd, let the world know of this Crossrail development and appeared to be on its own in doing so although others such as the BBC were quick to pick up on the story but unable to add any significant detail.
Perhaps the biggest surprise was not the contents of their press release as such but that it was Heathrow Airport Ltd that broke the news, with the official word from TfL and DfT expected to come later.
Something that suggested either a failure of co-ordination, or that Heathrow Airport Ltd was anxious to be first with Hidden challenges of cross border negotiation news and perhaps flouted protocol to achieve this. Instinctively, one suspects that TfL would not have been using their press release page to tell us about road changes in the Nine Elms area if they had been planning the announcement.
Above all, one can hardly imagine the Mayor wishing to let such an opportunity pass without some kind of launch event to spread the good news.
Introduction of the first Elizabeth line passenger train into service had taken place less than two weeks previously with a major press launch accompanying it and our own photos in this piece. If it were known that an announcement about the line going to Terminal 5 was imminent, one wonders if it would have made a lot of sense to delay the launch and take the opportunity to announce the extension to Terminal 5 at the same time.
The first Elizabeth line train in service at Liverpool Street. The Tring announcement incident Out-of-place announcements similar to this one are not, of course, unknown. Indeed relatively recently there was the suggestion by the then Secretary of State for Transport that Crossrail might go to Tring.
In such circumstances one has to consider the cock-up theory against the conspiracy theory. In the current case, the cock-up theory would suggest that Heathrow Airport Ltd, not familiar with national and local government protocols, did not realise that co-ordinated official announcements are the normal procedure in such circumstances.
The conspiracy theory suggests that Heathrow Airport wanted to break the positive news itself and, in doing so, present its side of the story. The door arrangement, viewed from the outside.
Full view of doors There were hints Of course, the idea that the Elizabeth line would go to Terminal 5 was not exactly secret. On top of this, the Crossrail website has long been surprisingly non-specific about Heathrow and did its best to lump the Heathrow stations together without reference to them individually.
As stated on the Crossrail website: From DecemberElizabeth line trains will run from the airport through the new tunnels, providing a direct link to central London destinations including Bond Street, Liverpool Street and Canary Wharf.
Not a repeat of extending to Reading There was also a precedent set when it came to the expansion of Crossrail. Going to Reading was not part of the plan, as specified by the Crossrail Act.
With Reading, however, there really were no sensitive issues. Indeed the belief that it was going to happen was positively iron-clad in some quarters. In contrast to extension to Reading, adding Terminal 5 to the Crossrail route map was always going to be sensitive. Making it happen was far from inevitable.
The obvious issues were getting Heathrow Airport onside, given that they own Heathrow Express including the tunnels and stations at Heathrow.
After that it would have been necessary to agree financial terms for traversing the tunnels and using the stations. Less obvious, but possibly also just as much of a potential deal-breaker, was getting Network Rail to agree to the extra train paths into the approach to Paddington — which is already congested.
Not quite in the public domain The proposal put forward to the Programmes and Investment Committee in March and covered by us gave no indication that it had anything to do with Crossrail going to Terminal 5, although part of the discussion was held away from the public gaze.
As the proposal involved buying new trains though, there were financial considerations that could quite legitimately require that discussions were not published, so this did not initially suggest there was more to the submission than first appeared.Indeed, there's another, equally treacherous aspect to cross-border negotiation: the ways that people from different regions come to agreement, or the processes involved in negotiations.
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