HS2 would cause 'huge disruption' to Ealing

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Eighteen bridges across north-west London will have to be rebuilt if the high-speed rail link HS2, between Birmingham and the capital, goes ahead, it has been revealed.

Aside from the cost, the building work would be expected to cause huge disruption as the entire Hanger Lane gyratory would have to be replaced.

BBC London's Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards talks to Alex Nieora of the North Ealing Against HS2, Ealing Councillor Bassam Mahfouz, London Mayor Boris Johnson and Peter Fry of HS2 Ltd.

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