Poll: Brummies brand HS2 a waste of money which should be spent elsewhere
Half of Brummies think the £50 billion investment on HS2 could be better spent elsewhere according to a new survey.
Despite projections that high speed rail will bring billions of pounds of investment to the city, many are unconvinced of its merits according to the poll.
The research, conducted by broadcaster LBC and YouGov in the city, showed a surprising lack of backing for the project which is fundamental to the regeneration of Birmingham city centre.
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