Transport Minister dismisses HS2 ‘cancelled’ speculation

TRANSPORT Minister Andrew Jones has rejected suggestions the planned high speed rail line to Yorkshire could be cancelled after the General Election.

The Harrogate MP promised there would be no back-tracking on the Conservatives’ commitment to delivering HS2 when the party publishes its manifesto.

Weekend reports suggested Theresa May was coming under pressure from Conservative MPs in the South to use the election as a moment to delay or even cancel the project.

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See also: The Battle Over HS2

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