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Harper: HS2 was crowding out other transport priorities

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Harper: HS2 was crowding out other transport priorities

Harper: HS2 was crowding out other transport priorities

Transport Secretary Mark Harper has said HS2 funding had been "crowding out" the ability to invest in other transport priorities, asking if people thought it was fair to spend £36bn on a single train line.

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