New Secretary of State for Transport – write to her opposing HS2

Yesterday, Justine Greening, MP, became Secretary of State for Transport, after Philip Hammond was moved to defence.

We have a unique opportunity to impress on the new Minister how unpopular HS2 is, by writing to her.

Now we need to let her that we oppose HS2, just like she opposed the third runway at Heathrow.

She will know that Stop HS2 delivered a petition with 108,000 signatures to Downing Street on Tuesday, that another anti HS2 petition was delivered to Downing Street on Thursday and that there was a good demonstration opposite the Houses of Parliament before a lively debate with MPs from all around the country opposed to HS2.

She will also know that the majority of HS2 consultation responses opposed the project, and that she has a chance to rethink the Government’s high speed rail policy completely.

So if you oppose HS2, please, please write to her as soon as possible, and help stop this £33 billion folly.

Email address greeningj@parliament.uk

The Rt Hon Justine Greening MP
Secretary of State for Transport
Department for Transport
Great Minster House
33 Horseferry Road
London
SW1P 4DR

Start the letter

Dear Ms Greening,

It’s also worth copying your own MP.


PS Ms Greening, if you are reading this, Stop HS2 was formed specifically to oppose the proposals announced last March: there may be ways of doing high speed rail that works for this country.

In particular, the HS2 link to Heathrow is part of the second phase of HS2, which won’t be complete until 2033 (or later), and meanwhile residents near Heathrow are in a “living in a no man’s land of blight, because we do not yet know that route” (according to John McDonnell, MP for Hayes and Harlington).

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25 comments to “New Secretary of State for Transport – write to her opposing HS2”
  1. Hi its peter jarai
    why not use a other proposed railway line for HS2 from near Stafford then near cannock then it goes via featherstone this wood have 2 bridges over the M6 and one bridge over the M54 LINK in to Bilbrook railway station to go via Perton using a bridge over the A41,A458,M5 and then near stourbridge then via the M42 And along The M40 MOST OF THE WAY up to High wycombe then it wood use the windsor rail link proposed railway line hare to Heathrow airport then end at St Pancras London AND not Euston as there is a railway line via the west coast mainline this is ok for me why have 2 euston one is ok Thanks
    from peter jarai bushbury

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