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Railways, Road building, England

Axe HS2 and cut jams, says Tory activist

A leading Conservative Party activist this week urged the Government to abandon high-speed rail and introduce legislation requiring councils in England to do more to cut traffic congestion.

The proposals were published by Tim Montgomerie, editor of the ConservativeHome website, in an ‘Alternative Queen’s Speech’ setting out “what a legislative programme might have looked like if a majority Conservative Government had been elected”.

An Anti-Congestion Bill would...

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