Boris Johnson ‘to review case for HS2’

Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson has revealed plans for a review of the case for building the HS2 rail-link between London and the north of England should he become Prime Minister, according to reports.

Tory leadership frontrunner Boris Johnson has revealed plans for a review of the case for building the HS2 rail-link between London and the north of England should he become Prime Minister, according to reports.

The Birmingham Mail reported yesterday that Johnson told a private meeting of Conservative constituency chairs that he has already asked Douglas Oakervee, a former chair of the HS2 link, to lead the review.

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