An anti-HS2 campaigner from Coventry is calling for greater Government transparency after the Transport Secretary decided not to allow a report on the project to be made public.
It's thought the Major Projects Authority report raises questions about the timetable for the HS2 project and its cost implications.
The Government says:
“This Government is proud to lead the world on transparency...... .
.....Hard-working people rightly expect the Government to keep tight control over how their taxes are spent on major projects and that's just what the Government's Major Projects Authority is working with departments to do.
It's important to strike a balance between the benefits of transparency and protecting the ability of officials to 'speak truth to power'.
The Major Projects Authority will not be truly effective if officials fear that their frank advice to ministers could be disclosed.
The Government has decided that it is not in the public interest to release this report."
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