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Prime Minister expected to split Tories by giving green light to HS2

Belfast Telegraph Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Boris Johnson is expected to confirm HS2 will go ahead on Tuesday, causing splits in the Conservative Party over cost and environmental concerns.
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