'No clear end in sight' to HS2 costs or delays with 'many difficulties ahead' 'No clear end in sight' to HS2 costs or delays with 'many difficulties ahead'

A House of Commons committee is warning that the HS2 crisis is deepening, saying that there 'is no clear end in sight' and that the programme will 'literally run out of time' if a key decision about the size of the high speed station at London Euston is delayed any further. It has also said that 'This project cannot simply keep sinking more taxpayer funds without greater clarity on the later phases.' The Public Accounts Committee is responding after the government provided 'a clearer explanation of costs than we have previously seen'.

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