A Lesson From California About #HS2 That Every Politician Should See

This is a video that every politician who supports HS2 really needs to watch.

 

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5 Reasons to Scrap HS2

The IEA are spot on with this analysis

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HS2 is ‘A Project of Extreme Financial Folly’

Mark Littlewood of the Institute of Economic Affairs gives his view on HS2

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Dennis Skinner: The government should “get real” and reassess HS2

Never one to mince his words, Dennis Skinner launched a blistering attack on Chris Grayling this week, for his continued support of HS2.

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HS2 and Public Sector Pay on Question Time

For the last two weeks, HS2 has come up on BBC Question Time, both times being mentioned as something which could be cut to help pay for public sector pay increases. Jacob Rees Mogg and Nick Ferarri have basically made the same point, that if you don’t want to increase borrowing or taxes, then to increase Government spending on one item, something else has to go, so why not pick the most useless item of Government spending?

We’ve added  these  clips to our playlist of the times HS2 has got a kicking on Question Time.

 

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The Zoom Train at Christmas

Christmas is a time for the children, everyone knows that. As far as HS2 Ltd are concerned, they should all be dreaming of the Zoom Train.

 

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HS2 Chief Exec jumps ship

£750,000 pa Simon Kirby, the UK’s highest paid civil servant, quits the HS2 White Elephant for Rolls Royce. Stop HS2’s Joe Rukin interviewed by John Gaunt on Talk2Me Radio, 13th September 2016.

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HS2 given a massive thumbs down

As Simon Kirby, the £750,000 highest paid civil servant quits HS2 to join Rolls Royce, Mancunian Yvette Fielding thinks there must be “something dodgy going on” to allow HS2 to go ahead. Ainsley Harriot, Matthew Wright and the Wright Stuff audience also unanimously oppose HS2.

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HS2 Ltd tries to use fake evidence to justify axing Ancient Woodlands

John Humphrys interviews Woodland Trust Chief Executive Becky Speight on BBC Radio 4 Today, 3rd February 2016.

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Public Accounts Committee slams govt for suppressing HS1 report

Data showing that HS1 was poor value for money has been kept hidden. The Public Accounts Committee says this is “two years late” and should have been a key piece of evidence in scrutinising plans for HS2

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