Nine-year-old-boy challenges MPs over HS2 in parliament – video

Nine-year-old-boy challenges MPs over HS2 in parliament – video
A nine-year-old boy addresses parliament to oppose the HS2 high-speed rail link between London, the Midlands and the north. Alex Rukin, whose father is in charge of the Stop HS2 Campaign, tells MPs that the HS2 planners are ‘really bad at maths’ and the scheme will cost a lot more money than they claim. Alex is the youngest person to ever appear in an official capacity before parliament Continue reading…

Source: Guardian Transport

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