Flooding and the HS2 Backlash, Part One.

Last week, The Sunday Express picked up on the backlash on social media coming from flood-hit areas, asking whether the money earmarked for HS2 would be better spent on flood defences, or even clearing up areas where insurers won’t cover them.
This sentiment has of course been going on for a while as you can see from some of these comments from before the recent floods;


And what the Express covered from this month was just the tip of the iceberg. Here’s some more of the highlights:

Part Two is here

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