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High-speed rail 'losers' revealed

The areas that could lose out if a new north-to-south rail link were built, have been revealed for the first time.

HS2 would make more than 50 places across the UK worse off - among them Aberdeen, Bristol and Cardiff.

The previously unseen research by accountants KPMG was released in a freedom of information request passed to the BBC Newsnight programme.

Tom Barton reports.

  • 19 Oct 2013
  • From the section UK
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