HS2 case lost at Supreme Court

The Stop HS2 group were meeting in the Earl Clarendon pub at Kenilworth on Tuesday to watch the HS2 announcement on TV. Joe Rukin and his fellow supporters show their feelings.
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The Stop HS2 group were meeting in the Earl Clarendon pub at Kenilworth on Tuesday to watch the HS2 announcement on TV. Joe Rukin and his fellow supporters show their feelings. Mhlc-10-01-12 hs2 kenilworth jan43

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HS2 opposition lost their fight in the Supreme Court on Wednesday after a unanimous ruling by top judges.

The court - the highest in the UK - rejected anti-HS2 campaigners’ appeal to force further consideration of Government proposals for the high-speed rail link.

Penny Gaines, chair of Stop HS2 which called for more scrutiny of the contentious plans, described the ruling as “disappointing”.

 

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