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Tories silent on Crossrail 2 but steadfast on HS2 and Heathrow

POLITICS

Andrew Forster
26 May 2017
PM Theresa May
PM Theresa May

 

The Conservative manifesto for next month’s General Election makes no mention of Crossrail 2, the plan to link up rail lines in south-west and north-east London, adding to fears that the project could be shelved by a Tory victory. 

The party’s manifesto pledges to continue a programme of “strategic national investments, including High Speed 2, Northern Powerhouse Rail and the expansion of Heathrow Airport”.

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