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Osborne: No further spending on £50bn HS2

George Osborne welcomed David Higgins' recommendations for HS2 but warned there will be "no increases" on the £50 billion project. The boss of HS2 challenged politicians to pave the way for a faster building of the high-speed line to reduce spending.

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HS2 about 'rebalancing economic geography' of UK

HS2 is about "rebalancing the economic geography of the country" and creating transport links to mend the north-south divide, the shadow transport secretary told Daybreak.

Mary Creagh was optimistic about the future of HS2 and said the rail link should be "integrated" with the rest of the network so passengers would be able to travel east-to-west, as well as north-to-south.

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