HS2 will end at Euston, says Hunt

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No ‘conceivable circumstance’ in which line does not terminate in central London, says chancellor

The chancellor has dismissed reports that the government is looking to save money on HS2 by scaling it back so that it no longer terminates in central London.

Jeremy Hunt re-affirmed his commitment to the flagship rail project and said he could not see “any conceivable circumstance” in which the line would not end at Euston but stopped short of ruling out delays.

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