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Stonehenge road tunnel given go-ahead despite backlash

Grant Shapps gives approval for A303 to be tunnelled under ancient site in £1.7bn project

A controversial £1.7bn road tunnel under Stonehenge has been given the go-ahead by the government, as campaigners vowed to continue the battle to oppose it.

The transport secretary, Grant Shapps, approved a development consent order on Thursday to allow the nearby A303 road to be turned into a dual carriageway and tunnelled under the ancient site.

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