Tomorrow, 4th March, from 10am, HS2 Ltd and the Information Commissioner of HS2 face a remote public hearing at the First-tier Tribunal General Regulatory Chamber, brought by local resident and…
Teenager, Rollie, 17 from Hartlepool speaks out on their 10 day occupation of the Euston tunnel network to protest HS2
As we face the climate emergency, one of the most disappointing aspects of the last 3 weeks at Euston Square Gardens has been the wall of silence from MPs and Peers, save the very few (thank you Caroline Lucas, Zarah Sultana and Baroness Jenny Jones) who have spoken up in support of the protesters and their aims. We know many more are opposed to HS2, for environmental, finance and governance reasons, but where have they been?
The right to peacefully protest is a cornerstone of a liberal democratic society, protected under articles 10 and 11 of the European Conventions of Human Rights. Whilst there are structures under which this right can be challenged and restricted by law, such as The Public Order Act 1986, the freedom of expression and assembly remains.
HS2 is the planned extension of British high-speed railway networks which were developed in the early to mid-2000s. It is intended to connect London to the North of England by constructing new rail infrastructure across the country, albeit at a catastrophic cost to the taxpayer and to the environment.
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.
Shortly before 5am this morning, HS2 began an illegal eviction of the Euston Square Gardens Protection Camp in Central London, endangering the lives of tree protectors and bailiffs during the…
Tree protectors have dug and are ready to occupy tunnels underneath Euston Square Gardens in Central London. They are defending the park and its trees against HS2, which intends to…