Newslinks | BAA, Chris Bolt, London - Lincoln, £75 Parking, & Paddick

LondonUnlocked, The NewsEditor
  • BAA's ownership of seven airports is criticised by the Competition Commission. (BBC News Online)
  • Rail Regulator Chris Bolt is to stand down at the end of his first term, in July 2009. Mr Bolt was heavily involved in the Metronet collapse. (Contract Journal)
  • A direct rail route between London and Lincoln could be in place by 2010. (BBC News Online)
  • Richmond Council is proposing a scheme charging parents £75 a year to use the parking bays outside schools. (The PA)
  • Brian Paddick announces that he could work with Boris Johnson, but not Ken Livingstone. (The Times)