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A remarrkable admission from Chris Grayling

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BBC Andrew Marr show with transport secretary Christopher Grayling, 23 Oct 2016

During a disastrous appearance on yesterday’s BBC tv Marr show, transport secretary Christopher Grayling MP was questioned about airport capacity, and the cost of HS2.

[…Andrew Marr, asking about the cost of HS2:] My real question is, “Is this a blank cheque? Is there a limit?”… Is there a moment when you say, “I know it’s a big prestige project… I know there are a lot of egos are at stake here, but this is now too expensive, and it cannot cost… – and you actually pull the plug”?

[Christopher Grayling:] No, there isn’t.

Written by beleben

October 24, 2016 at 10:00 am

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  1. People all along the route of HS2 have had their lives made hell for years and are being offered far less compensation than those affected by the Heathrow expansion.I do not believe those pushing for HS2 have thought for a moment of the hell its construction will create all across the country for years the roads will be chaotic with thousands of lorries .The country lanes will never be the same and It will rip the heart out of England as much as the war did.May all those involved in using so much of our tax payers money rue the day, if they or their families find the NHS short because of creating the rich mans train that will not make money and will never get 1000passengers every 4 minutes for 18 hours a day .that is how we werer told it is supposed to be running when built.


    October 25, 2016 at 10:14 pm

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