Margaret Thatcher's Tory government almost gave the go-ahead in the early Eighties to a £3billion suspension bridge across the Channel. For a £5. Yesterday detailed blueprints for the Channel Bridge and artists' impressions of how it might have looked were revealed in government files released to the National Archives. Designer Sir Ralph Freeman assured ministers at the time that the project would be safer, more lucrative and have far greater popular appeal than rival plans for a rail tunnel.
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