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Yes to High Speed Rail

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

The Yes to High Speed Rail campaign recently organised a rally in Westminster which was joined by local MP Meg Munn. The event was part of a nationwide tour being undertaken by supporters highlighting the benefits to the country of the positive impact of high speed rail for jobs, investment, growth and a better quality of life.

The campaign has visited Sheffield, Leeds, Manchester, Birmingham and cities and towns in the North West, North East, Yorkshire and the Midlands. The Yes to High Speed Rail campaign is independent from government and represents those from across the country who believes Britain needs a modern, high speed rail network to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.

Meg commented:

“I am supporting high speed rail because I believe it will significantly help our economy, creating jobs and boosting Sheffield’s prosperity. The knock-on effect of a true nationwide high speed rail link will be huge bringing jobs and investment to millions."

Professor David Begg, Director of Yes to High Speed Rail said:

"It is fantastic to have the support of Meg Munn. Building a new high speed rail line can be a part of solving some of the big questions facing this country today and in the future. This is why businesses and unions joined MPs from all parties today in London to campaign for high speed rail."

More details can be found at: www.campaignforhsr.com

Associated Photograph :

Meg with rail enthusiast Pete Waterman

Meg with rail enthusiast Pete Waterman


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