North-south divide over high speed rail campaign

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A provocative advertising campaign has been launched in support of the high speed rail line between London and Birmingham. It appears to depict southerners as "toffs" who care more about their lawns than northern jobs.

The posters will be seen on buses and trains in Manchester but some people close to the proposed route through London have said they are not impressed.

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