Some recent news stories about HS2.
DAVID Cameron was put on the spot as he headed home from an Easter weekend break with his family when a Camden councillor demanded the Prime Minister give guarantees to households who could be booted out of their flats to make way for HS2.
Bucks Herald: HS2 boss urged ‘be more transparent’
THE boss of HS2 is coming to Aylesbury this week to answer questions about her new forums – which campaigners this week dubbed secret meetings that should be open to the press and public.
Telegraph: HS2 sparks a jobs boom – for a quango
Ministers always said their controversial HS2 rail project would trigger a jobs boom and it certainly has for the Whitehall quango overseeing the £32bn scheme.
Heritage campaigners have accused the government of ignoring plans to restore historic railway vaults or notice listed buildings which line the land above the proposed High Speed 2 train link.
Computer World: One-third of O2 staff “more productive” working from home
An experiment conducted by O2 has found that 88 percent of its staff are just as productive working remotely, whilst one-third claimed that they actually got more work done when they aren’t in the office.
Building: Boris details concerns over HS2 link
London mayor pressing ministers on ‘unacceptable’ use of London Overground to connect to HS2.Tags: Adam Harrison, Aylesbury, Boris Johnson, Camden New Journal, Cameron, community forum, Daily Telegraph, Easter, Eurostar, Labour, London, London Overground, News, O2, Prime Minister, Quango, tunnel