Relax 100ml Liquid Rules For Aviation Employees
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On 9th August 2006, 24 individuals were arrested for questioning over a terrorist plot to detonate liquid explosives onboard airliners travelling from the United Kingdom to the United States and Canada.
As a result of the plot, unprecedented security measures were initially put in place at airports. The measures were gradually relaxed in the following weeks but 12 years later, passengers and aviation staff are still not permitted to carry more than 100ml of liquid onto a commercial aircraft in the UK or into work at a UK airport.
In the days following the plot, airside shops raised their prices in some cases doubling their prices for drinks which airport staff relied on since they could no longer bring a drink to work. Today these prices are still ridiculously high and airport staff are suffering.
With this petition we ask the government to consider relaxing the rules which once again allow airport staff to take drinks to work, especially with the warmer weather approaching.
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