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Sub story to regular feature: Issue 588 20 Jan 2012

HS2 Reaction: Opponents study grounds for legal challenge but supporters want to move on

High-speed rail opponents are studying the legal grounds for a Judicial Review of the Government’s decision to proceed with the plans.

Applications must be made within three months of Justine Greening’s announcement on 10 January that the Government was pressing ahead.

The 51m consortium of local authorities opposing the project, led by Buckinghamshire County Council, is one of the parties that could lodge a Judicial Review application. Martin Tett, leader of Buckinghamshire and...

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