From Cornwall to Liverpool, Long Itchington Compound in Warwickshire to Totnes Station, outside MPs homes, off bridges and churches, and posters in home windows - today, the UK is covered in banners with a breadth of messaging united against the most destructive infrastructure project in UK history - HS2.
A dead shrew has been discovered at a HS2 development site following apparent breaches of their legally-binding organisational licence for great crested newts.
The National Eviction Team are protester, squatter and traveller removal experts!
It’s the second day of the Euston Square Gardens Protection Camp eviction.
Activists against HS2 have constructed a 30 foot high ‘Beacon of Truth’ bamboo protest tower in the middle of the river Colne to prevent HS2 contractors from building a temporary bridge within Denham Country Park, Uxbridge, West London.
These are the workers, pictured in the images below, who felled the trees at the Iain Rennie Hospice Memorial Woodland in Wendover, in November 2020. At the time the photos…
https://youtu.be/0y5u3jM8t_c Grim’s Ditch is a linear earthworks, ancient woodland and scheduled monument dating back to at least the Iron Age. There is a mystery around who built it and what…
HS2 has destroyed a large section of the Kenilworth Greenway to begin construction of a tunnel at Burton Green.
Author: Sebastian Sandys At the weekend, those well known uncooperative crusties down at the Daily Telegraph produced this handy little graphic that illustrates very well the actual cost of the…
The first of two judgements was handed down today on the application of HS2 Ltd and the Secretary of State to commit an individual to prison for defending ancient woodland and wildlife being destroyed by HS2.