THE Government says it doesn't [...]

May 2013
Daily Mail;5/18/2013, p43
THE Government says it doesn't agree with the National Audit Office's finding there is a £3 billion black hole in the funding of the London to Birmingham high-speed rail link or with its view that the business case for the development is inadequate. But the project is madness. Designed to convince people in the North the Tories are doing something for them, it will achieve nothing of the sort.


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