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Chris Grayling’s transport department has been accused of holding up the deployment of a crack team of electronic warfare specialists to Gatwick airport amid claims of concerns over the costs.

Whitehall sources indicated the military team who specialise in tracking drones could have been deployed to the airport almost immediately, after being put on standby when a drone was first sighted at 9pm on Wednesday.

However, they were not deployed until 19 hours later when a formal request for military assistance was made by Sussex Police at 3.56pm on Thursday.

A Whitehall source said: “The military was offering its help pretty early on. There was a reluctance from the Department for Transport (DfT)...

Chris Grayling’s transport department has been accused of holding up the deployment of a crack team of electronic warfare specialists to Gatwick airport amid claims of concerns over the costs.

Whitehall sources indicated the military team who specialise in tracking drones could have been deployed to the airport almost immediately, after being put on standby when a drone was first sighted at 9pm on Wednesday.

However, they were not deployed until 19 hours later when a formal request for military assistance was made by Sussex Police at 3.56pm on Thursday.

A Whitehall source said: “The military was offering its help pretty early on. There was a reluctance from the Department for Transport (DfT)...

Chris Grayling’s transport department has been accused of holding up the deployment of a crack team of electronic warfare specialists to Gatwick airport amid claims of concerns over the costs.

Whitehall sources indicated the military team who specialise in tracking drones could have been deployed to the airport almost immediately, after being put on standby when a drone was first sighted at 9pm on Wednesday.

However, they were not deployed until 19 hours later when a formal request for military assistance was made by Sussex Police at 3.56pm on Thursday.

A Whitehall source said: “The military was offering its help pretty early on. There was a reluctance from the Department for Transport (DfT)...

Chris Grayling’s transport department has been accused of holding up the deployment of a crack team of electronic warfare specialists to Gatwick airport amid claims of concerns over the costs.

Whitehall sources indicated the military team who specialise in tracking drones could have been deployed to the airport almost immediately, after being put on standby when a drone was first sighted at 9pm on Wednesday.

However, they were not deployed until 19 hours later when a formal request for military assistance was made by Sussex Police at 3.56pm on Thursday.

A Whitehall source said: “The military was offering its help pretty early on. There was a reluctance from the Department for Transport (DfT)...