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HS2: Boris Johnson faces backbench rebellion as he gives green light to controversial rail project

Independent Tuesday, 11 February 2020 ()
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson gave the green light for a high speed rail project connecting London to northern England on Tuesday. Ciara Lee reports

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