HS2 rail project
Not only are developers ruining London for the people who actually live here, the development of HS2 is going to destroy some of Britain's most idyllic countryside, all for a train line that many will not be able to afford to travel on.
A Ukip general election candidate has come under attack over a leaflet which suggests benefit claimants should be banned
The Church of England has joined opponents of the government's HS2 proposals, warning that current plans for constructing
Ed Miliband has been urged by a senior Labour party figure to go "further and faster" to woo business in order to ensure
High speed rail campaigners have accused officials managing the £50 billion High Speed Rail 2 project of not finding a "single
David Cameron has come under pressure to stop sitting on a report that would suggest immigrants have less of a negative impact
HS2 Ltd wants to plough through the centre of Camden, taking over the bridges and shutting down businesses for years to create a link with the old high speed railway to Europe. On paper, building this line means road closures, bridge widening, transport disruptions. In practice, it could mean the end of Camden as we know it.
The government is drafting in around one hundred private sector troubleshooters to save some of their riskiest projects, like
John Bercow has railed against the "seemingly arbitrary" compensation for people "blighted" by High Speed Rail 2, as concerns
So HS2 is another step closer to fruition, 50,000 pages of detail closer no less. I have no trouble admitting I am delighted this project is moving along relatively swiftly, despite bumps in the road so far.