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John Chilver 16h
are denying that their vegetation clearance at Steeple Claydon includes ancient woodland but they are planning to destroy 300 year old oak trees and part of Poor’s Piece, a pocket of ancient woodland dating from around 1500
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HS2 Ltd 5h
HS2 is a once in a generation opportunity to improve services on major rail routes, including passenger services to locations not directly served by . This will help reduce overcrowding by offering more seats for more passengers on more trains across the country.
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Joe Rukin Sep 15
Replying to @joerukin
Anyway, back to the backlogue... This one really had me, what's a suitable phrase? Spitting feathers! How many thousands of trees did chop down a mile away during nesting season? No sign of nesting birds in any of them of course. Well, not this side of the woodchipper....
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GreenJJNews 5h
Temporary reprieve for ancient woodlands during review. And local campaigners threaten legal action over water pollution if drilling continues in Colne Valley
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Tim Ducksbury 4h
Replying to @HS2ltd
£100,000,000,000 will improve a lot of “once in a generation” things that won’t destroy our countryside, force people from their homes & businesses and wipe out whole communities. should not be allowed to proceed
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Chiltern Woodlands 19h
Shocking that are to continue to damage the "protected landscape" of while it is under review.
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Jayne 14h
A thread 1/2. I had to visit my happy place tonight after today's news of the pausing of the removal of for
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Richard Wellings Sep 15
Maybe there are other scandals that HS2 would like to hide from the public. This would explain why whistleblowers are being threatened with legal action - to discourage others from spilling the beans.
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mop denson Sep 15
Andrew Adonis just on trying to defend the indefensible mess of a project . £7bn already wasted on HS2, why waste another £93bn?
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Peter Deeley 2h
Contractors and are trying to circumvent halt on destroying most Ancient Woodlands by saying part of general clearance and essential to keep on time, but one might ask which time as there is already at least a 3 yr delay so why the hurry. Answer = MONEY!
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Richard Wellings Sep 12
HS2 will blight the Buckinghamshire countryside irreversibly:
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Richard Clinnick 19m
The back but want work to start in the north. The party also calls raliways in the north "dire".
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momika 11h
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Woodland Trust Sep 8
Preparation work for is happening right now, destroying swathes of England’s . Ancient woodland is our most precious natural habitat. It cannot be moved. It cannot be replaced. This destruction cannot be allowed to go ahead. Act now:
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MCheshireAgainstHS2 Sep 12
Don't forget Higgins said in 2014 Phase 2a would be open by 2027 several years early, he could save 10 billion, and Crewe would get a Hub. All were untrue. Proven time and time again ltd make outrageous promises they know they can't keep.
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NTI Sep 15
and his wage is 26 times the national wage, it would seem the more taxpayers money you p*ss up the wall, the more money you get paid to do it.
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Richard Wellings Sep 13
Yet another example of HS2 showing utter contempt for taxpayers by squandering their money:
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Jeff Davies 1m
Replying to @weinsteinlinder
pity then that doesn't go to Reading, and will cause congestion on Crossrail for GWR passengers alighting there (esp if HS2 Euston is canned or delayed)
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Paul R Gentleman Sep 15
And the reason for not having is what exactly? Currently with travelling on en route to Marseille. It’s smooth, extremely comfortable, lovely coffee and safe! Oh and this is the bit to Ashford!
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Madeleyagainst#hs2 #SHS2N 20h
The beginning of the end for . Brilliant news. Thank you =
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