Take a Stop HS2 Selfie!

Just recently, the Stop HS2 Facebook page has been inundated with people sending ‘selfies’ of themselves with messages about HS2. Some of them are cute, some of them are sad, but all of them are opposed to HS2.

"no one should dig in my garden, except me

We think this is a great way to spread the message that HS2 is a bad project and the the wrong priority for the nation. We’ve included just a few on this post, but have a look at more of them here: Stop HS2 photos

It would be really great if you could spend a few minutes this weekend to take photos of yourself and post then to Facebook and Twitter with the #StopHS2 and #HS2 hashtags!

(We hope you will also be contacting your MP to let them know that you want them to vote against the HS2 Hybrid Bill and you could also include copies of your pictures.)

The Govt audit office says HS2 is not economically viable #stophs2

The Govt audit office says HS2 is not economically viable #stophs2

"How will I get to school when HS2 closes the road?"

How will I get to school when HS2 closes the road? #stophs2

I struggle to breathe. How will I cope with the pollution from HS2 construction #asthema #stophs2

I struggle to breathe. How will I cope with the pollution from #HS2 construction #asthema #stophs2

Health Store frontage "HS2 is blighting my business"

#HS2 Blight affects my business #stophs2

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4 comments on “Take a Stop HS2 Selfie!
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  4. Golder Associates summary is possibly the worst reporting of the consultations. For 4 CFA the averages of the rankings and each of the rankings are rather meaningless for people who will have the blows of HS2. In order of averages traffic and transport, had highest then poor consultation, then agriculture, then sound, then community, then ecology, the landscape and then cultural heritage. These were followed by flooding, waste, tunnels social/economic, and land quality. This was from 530 submissions for a population of nearly quarter or a million along a section. The report lost the purpose that people thought to present their statements of where the ES was deficient. Shameful outcome of another misapplied review of your selfies. People were expressing their legitimate concerns not a list of issues for a count of phrases.

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