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Minister refuses to confirm HS2 will run to Manchester - as Labour promises to build it 'in full'

  • Richard Holden MP faced criticism for his evasiveness on the issue of the Manchester leg of the HS2 high-speed rail project, with concerns raised about its fate.
  • The government has refused to guarantee that trains will run from the Midlands to the North West as part of the national infrastructure project, adding to doubts about the completion of the project as planned.
  • Labour has committed to building HS2 in full if they win the next general election, while there are growing doubts about the project's feasibility and escalating costs.
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