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Opponents of high-speed rail are in a bit of a tizz after ministers declared a petition they’d organised nul and void. Prior to the last General Election, David Cameron pledged that any petition amassing 100,000 signatures would receive a parliamentary debate. Campaign group Stop HS2 took him at his word and amassed the required number of signatures via online and printed petitions. But it’s now emerged that that’s not good enough for ministers. The Government has just...

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