LibDems go electric, while UKIP would scrap HS2 LibDems go electric, while UKIP would scrap HS2

The Liberal Democrat manifesto has promised that the 'overwhelming majority' of the rail network will be electrified and more stations and lines opened under their plans for transport, while the Ukip manifesto opposes road charging but gives no indication of any plans for rail transport, apart from saying that 'HS2 is an unaffordable white elephant' which 'must face the axe'.

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