Can we afford new high speed north-south rail line?


Hilary Wharf, who campaigns against the planned the HS2 line, explains why she thinks the business case for it does not stack up before Transport Secretary Philip Hammond explains why he backs the project.

The new line would initially run from London to the Midlands, with a longer-term plan to extend it through northern England to central Scotland.

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