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coaltit Friday 31st July 2020 21:28

Chris Packham lose,s bid for legal challenge over HS2
 
All This money being spent as Chris Packham said to shave a few minutes off journey time, The Government was always going to get the backing of any judge and top barristers to bulldoze any claims of any environmental damage to such a project you`d have more luck winning the lottery than to turn the judicial service in your favour for me its a very sad day Indeed for environmentalism in this country.

IAN JAMES THOMPSON Monday 3rd August 2020 15:35

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Originally Posted by coaltit (Post 4039326)
All This money being spent as Chris Packham said to shave a few minutes off journey time, The Government was always going to get the backing of any judge and top barristers to bulldoze any claims of any environmental damage to such a project you`d have more luck winning the lottery than to turn the judicial service in your favour for me its a very sad day Indeed for environmentalism in this country.

Well thatís all changed with the news today. Well done Chris Packham!
Ian.

PYRTLE Monday 3rd August 2020 16:36

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Originally Posted by IAN JAMES THOMPSON (Post 4040342)
Well thatís all changed with the news today. Well done Chris Packham!
Ian.

I thought he had lost his appeal claim for a judicial review - what's happened today?

coaltit Wednesday 5th August 2020 21:55

Chris Packham lose,s bid for legal challenge over HS2
 
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Originally Posted by PYRTLE (Post 4040368)
I thought he had lost his appeal claim for a judicial review - what's happened today?

I,ve not seen any new update on this myself but If this is a new outcome on this case it can only be good news.


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