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HS2 explained: What is the route now and why is the Manchester leg being axed?

Summary by Ground News
HS2 was supposed to form 330 miles of high-speed rail network. Initially intended to link London and the West Midlands, stretching to Birmingham. A further phase extending to Crewe, Manchester and Leeds in the North. Project has been beset by delays and rising costs, with some estimates now putting the price tag at more than £180bn.

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