NO CHANCE OF BEING RID OF HS2WHILE IN THE EU
JOHN WHEELER Dukes Wood Avenue Gerrards Cross
THOSE of us who object to HS2 must realise that there is no hope of it being cancelled while we remain in the EU.
This is because developing a trans-European high-speed rail network is a stated goal of the European Union.
Scotland to the South of France via Manchester, Birmingham, London and Brussels is one of nine “core network rail corridors” decided on by the EU.
So, as so often, the decision originated from the EU, but our government does not want to mention this to us, or admit that they are powerless to do much about it. So, to avoid HS2, we must first vote for Brexit.