Some More Recent News Items

In addition to the following articles, we also think Peter Delow’s HS2 and the environment website is worth a read, as well as Beleben’s blog.

Hedgehogs against HS2 cartoon

Hedgehogs against HS2 © Sally Kindberg

Woodland Trust: HS2: Government needs to intervene to make HS2 environmentally sensitive

Discover Wildlife: Last London hedgehogs lose out to High Speed Two (HS2) development plans

Sun: Nearly 50 Network Rail executives earn more than the Prime Minister, with salaries over £150,000 ahead of fare hike

Church Times: Church asks for HS2 endowment fund

The Huffington Post: HS2 To Claim Central London’s Last Hedgehog Stronghold Thanks To House Of Lords Ruling

Northwich Guardian: Mid Cheshire Against HS2 claims mandate for opposing high speed rail plans

Daily Mail Online: FORTY EIGHT rail fat cats earn more than the Prime Minister

Leicester Mercury: HS2: Hundreds of concerned residents attend meeting about new Leicestershire route

Birmingham Post: 3,000-job business park could be delayed 10 years in HS2 row

Daily Mail: Number of quango bosses earning more than PM has soared by 40 per cent in a YEAR

Yorkshire Post: Tom Richmond: Big Brother meets the Fat Controller – at your expense

Yorkshire Evening Post: New HS2 ‘tunnel plan’ has not gone down well with some Leeds residents 

City A.M.: Philip Hammond’s plans to invest in infrastructure, housing and innovation: Those who benefit from new investment should pay for it

Derby Telegraph: HS2 consultation events unveiled for the New Year

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One comment on “Some More Recent News Items
  1. HS2 is not affordable achieves too little and disrupts too much of central England. SIGN OF MP failure in realism as Alan Bennett realised in accusing Cameron of being A Smart Alec. The man who left the UK without directions and people to a wing of ineffective MPs wanting to lead us to more reduced living standards.

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