Monday, 26 August 2013


Ed Miliband is in a difficult place, if he stands against the outrageous rising cost of HS2 which has no evidence of producing the necessary gains claimed, his shadow cabinet will be a bit miffed as most of the constituencies affected are conservative and consequently will probably rebel during the 2015 election and if he goes with the flow he will be accused of falling into the high brow view of the outer class and have the short sighted view of someone out of touch.

I suppose he will stick with plan A and do nothing.

Heading deeper into the detail of HS2, where do the facts come from that extol the virtue of a project heading towards the unfathomable cost of 100 billion pounds sterling?

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