‘No point’ in HS2

Jonathan Portes, an economist with the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and an advisor to the Shadow Chancellor, says most economists would say HS2 is not the best use of £50bn and “there’s no point in spending money on White Elephants”.

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One comment on “‘No point’ in HS2
  1. Osborne 50p in £100 saving seems too low if only saving £4billion. Can Government find the courage to reconsider options as was achieved for south runways. Better planning and value for money available if Cameron shows leadership.

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