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[英伦广角] 2013-02-02 英国HS2高铁计划引争议

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HS2 : Coalition Braced For Backlash


The Coalition is bracing for a storm of protest as it prepares to outline the development of a new high speed rail link.

 

 

英国斥资327亿英镑修建“HS2”高铁,连接伦敦、伯明翰及北部城市。高铁将大大改善两地的交通状况,刺激相关地区的经济发展。计划受到了英国商业组织和工会组织的欢迎,但是遭到了环保组织和沿线居民的强烈反对。他们担心,高铁的兴建将会破环生态环境,并会干扰沿线居民的生活。预计,一期工程“伦敦至伯明翰线”将于2026年建成,投资额约为170亿英镑,届时伦敦到伯明翰的时间将从1个半小时缩短到49分钟。二期工程“曼城、利兹及西斯罗机场延线”将于2033年落成。



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[Homework]2013-02-02 英国HS2高铁计划引争议

The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituency.P takes its name from stately home within its boundaries and it's represented by none other than the chancellor George Osborne.But even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high-speed rail link.
We are living in a of countryside as you can well say,yeah,adjacent to,so no doubt all the areas around us.And depend on whether it's elevated,if it's elevated,what about the landscape.
The northern section of the rail link will connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester with the north-western line running via Manchester airport.
The affluent treasure town of north verdice is somewhich between the Welsh mountains on one side and the peak district on the other,so you'd expected there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project and according to some experts with good reasons.
Interfering with nature especially sensitive areas,says one naturalist,can cause irreversible damage.
And if you interfere with something that has been present for a long time like ancient woodland,there will be many,many species,all the very complex will have interactions.And that means you stand to a lot of diversities at a stroke.
But the rail link will slash journey time which in London of the north,boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards say supporters.It's a point well recognized among those we spoketo in Leeds.
I think Leeds deserves the high-speed train to London.A lot of my family commute London and I think the high-speed train will be helpful.
Isn't it a great job and it's a good thing.I'm for it.
Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link,attracting new comers in industry while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy feet.

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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituencies, Tatton takes its name from the stately home within boundaries, and is represented by another, then the chancellor George Osborne, but even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high speed rail work.
We live in a often countryside as you can well see here, adjacent to no doubt all the areas around us, and depend on whether it's elevated, if it's elevated what about the landscape.
The northern section of the rail link would connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester with the north western line running via Manchester airport.
The affluent treasure town of N is sandwiched between the Welch mountains on one side and the peak district on the other, so you'd expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project and according to some experts with good reason.
Interfering with nature especially in sensitive areas says one naturalist can cause irreversible damage.
If you interfere with something that have been present for a long time, like ancient woodland, there will be many many species all with a very complex weather interactions and that means you stand to a lot of diversity at a stroke.
But the rail link would slash journey times between London and the north, boosting regeneration and bring in great economic rewards, say its supporters, it is a point well recognised among those we spoke to in Leeds.
I think Leeds deserves a high speed train to London, a lot of my family commutes London, and i think a high speed train will be helpful.
It is a great job, it's a good thing, i'm all for it.
Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link, attracting new commerce industry, while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy fit.
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   The *** that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituencies, Tatton takes its name from the stately home within boundaries, and is represented by another, then the chancellor George Osborne, but even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high speed rail work.
We live in a often countryside as you can well see here, ************us, and depend on whether it's elevated, if it's elevated what about the landscape.
The northern section of the rail link would connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester with the north western line running via Manchester airport.
The affluent treasure town of N is ****between the Welch mountains on one side and the peak district on the other, so you'd expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project and according to some experts with good reason.
Interfering with nature especially in sensitive areas says one naturalist can cause irreversible damage.
If you interfere with something that have been present for a long time, like ancient woodland, there will be many many species all with a very complex weather interactions and that means you stand to a lot of diversity at a stroke.
But the rail link would slash journey times between London and the north, boosting regeneration and bring in great economic rewards, say its supporters, it is a point well recognised among those we spoke to in Leeds.
I think Leeds deserves a high speed train to London, a lot of my family commute to London, and i think a high speed train will be helpful.
It is a great job, it's a good thing, I’ m all for it.
Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link, attracting new commerce industry, while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy fit.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituencies, Tatton takes its name from the stately home(豪华古宅) within its boundaries and it's represented by none other than the Chancellor George Osborne. But even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high-speed rail link.

We are living in a, open countryside as you can well say, yeah, adjacent to, not sort of, and I’m no doubt all the areas around us. And depend on whether it's elevated, if it's elevated, whoa, what a, what a landscape.

The northern section of the rail link will connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester with the north-western line running via Manchester airport.

The affluent treasure town of North Verdice is some which between the Welsh mountains on one side and the peak district on the other, so you'd expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project and according to some experts with good reasons.

Interfering with nature especially sensitive areas, says one naturalist, can cause irreversible damage.

And if you interfere with something that has been present for a long time like ancient woodland, there will be many, many species, all with a very complex relevant interactions. And that means that you stand through a lot of diversities at a stroke.

But the rail link would slash journey times reaching London in the north, boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards, say its supporters. It's a point well recognized among those we spoke to in Leeds.

I think Leeds deserves a high-speed train to London. A lot of my family commute to London and I think a high-speed train will be helpful.

Isn't it a great job and it's a good thing. I'm well for it.

Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link, attracting new comers in industry while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy feat.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of UK's wealthiest constituencies .Tatton take its name from stately home within its boundaries and it is represented by none other than the Chancellor George Osborne.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of UK's wealthiest constituencies .Tatton take its name from stately home within its boundaries and it is represented by none other than the Chancellor George Osborne.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituencies, Tatton takes its name from the stately home(豪华古宅) within its boundaries and it's represented by none other than the Chancellor George Osborne. But even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high-speed rail link.

We are living in a, open countryside as you can well say, yeah, adjacent to, not sort of, and I’m no doubt all the areas around us. And depend on whether it's elevated, if it's elevated, whoa, what a, what a landscape.

The northern section of the rail link will connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester with the north-western line running via Manchester airport.

The affluent treasure town of North Verdice is some which between the Welsh mountains on one side and the peak district on the other, so you'd expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project and according to some experts with good reasons.

Interfering with nature especially sensitive areas, says one naturalist, can cause irreversible damage.

And if you interfere with something that has been present for a long time like ancient woodland, there will be many, many species, all with a very complex relevant interactions. And that means that you stand to ruin a lot of diversities at a stroke.

But the rail link would slash journey times reaching London in the north, boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards, say its supporters. It's a point well recognized among those we spoke to in Leeds.

I think Leeds deserves a high-speed train to London. A lot of my family commute to London and I think a high-speed train will be helpful.

Isn't it a great job and it's a good thing. I' vote for it.

Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link, attracting new comers in industry while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy feat.
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The Lify lanes  make up much of one of the the UK's wealthiest constitions .Taten takes its name from the stated-owned boundaries and its represented by none neither the Chanceller Geoger's bomb.But even his political supporters here have  their  doubts about the route  of the high speed rail link.  We are living in a often countryside as you can well  see,yeah,adjacent to  the areas around this.
And depending on wether it's elevated ,it's elevated.Wow,what a landscape.The northen section of the  raillink would connect Benminham and to Leeds and Manchester,with the northernwesten line running wind the Manchester airport. The affluent  Chessy town  of not experts  with some on the one  side and the peak district on the other.
So you'd expect there is to be some    concerns  about what is   a   massive   infrastucture project,and according to some experts ,with good reasons. Interfering  with nature,especially in  sensitive areas ,says one naturalist, can cause a  reversable damage.
If you interfere with something that has been for present  a long time ,..........., there are many many speacies,or with a very complex ,versatile actions.
And that means you stand to remove  a lot of diversity at a stroke.
But the raillink would slash journey  time  between London and the north,boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards ,says supporters.
There is a point well recognised among those we spoke to in Leeds.
I think Leeds deserves the high speed train to London .A lot of my family commute  to London and I think the high speed train will be helpful.
And ......,it is a good thing ,so we ,I am all for it.
And ......,it is a good thing ,so we ,I am all for it.
Nothing devides the public opinion like a project such as the railink ,attracting new commerce industry  while at the same time protecting the countryside tranquility will be no easy task.Mark Macaffy,Sky News.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK’s wealthiest constituencies. Tatton takes its name from the stately home within its boundaries and is represented by none other than the chancellor George Osborne. But even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high-speed rail link.

“We live in a, of a countryside, as you can well say, yeah, adjacent to, not X, not X areas around us. And dependent on whether it’s elevated, if it’s elevated, what about the landscape?”

The northern section of the rail link would connect Birmingham to Leeds and Manchester, with the north-western line running via Manchester airport.

“The affluent Cheshire town of  Northwich is X between the Welsh Mountains on one side and the peak district on the other. So you’d expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project, and according to some experts with good reason.”

Interfering with nature, especially in sensitive areas, says one naturalist, can cause irreversible damage.

“If you interfere with something that’s been present for a long time, like ancient woodland, there will be many, many species, always with very complex relevant weather interactions. And that means you stand through other diversities at a stroke.”

But the rail link would slash journey times between London and the north, boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards, say its supporters. It’s a point well recognized among those we spoke to in Leeds.

“I think Leeds deserves the high-speed trains to London. A lot of my family commute to London, and I think a high-speed train will be helpful.”

“Instantly it creates jobs . It's a good thing. So yeah, I’m all for it.”

Nothing divides public opinion like a project such as the rail link. Attracting new comers in industry, while at the same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy feat.

Mike McAfee, Sky News.
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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of UK’s wealthiest constituencies, Paken takes its name from the stately owned home within its boundaries
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there are many many species all with very complex interactions, and that means you stand to rules a lot of diversities and stroke.
But the rail links would slash the journey times tering London and the north , boosting regeneration and bringing economic reward says the supporters,
that’s the points well recognized among those we spoke to in Leeds.
I think it is deserve the high speed chains in London a lot of my family commute to London and I think high speed chain will be helpful
And it creates the jobs, it is a good thing
Nothing divides public opinions like a project such as rail links, attracting new comers industry well at same time protecting countryside tranquility will be no easy fit.
The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK's wealthiest constituencies, Tatton takes its name from the stately home(豪华古宅) within its boundaries and it's represented by none other than the Chancellor George Osborne. But even his political supporters here have their doubts about the route of the high-speed rail link.
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[Homework]2013-02-02 英国HS2高铁计划引争议

The Lify lanes  make up much of one of the the UK's wealthiest constitions. Taten takes its name from the stated-owned boundaries and its represented by none neither the Chanceller Geoger's bomb. But even his political supporters here have  their  doubts about the route  of the high speed rail link.


- We are living in a often countryside as you can well  see, yeah, * to  the areas around this. And depending on whether it's elevated, if it's elevated. Wow, what a landscape.


The northen section of the  rail link would connect Benminham and to Leeds and Manchester, with the northernwesten line running via the Manchester airport. The * town  of * with some between Welsh mountain on one  side and the peak district on the other. So you'd expect there is to be some    concerns  about what is a massive  infrastucture project, and according to some experts with good reason. Interfering  with nature, especially in  sensitive areas, says one naturalist, can cause a  irreversable damage.


- If you interfere with something that has been for present  a long time,..........., there are many many speices, or with a very complex, * actions. And that means you stand to remove  a lot of diversity at a stroke.


But the rail link would slash journey  time  between London and the north, boosting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards, says supporters. There is a point well recognised among those we spoke to in Leeds.


- I think Leeds deserves the high speed train to London. A lot of my family commute  to London and I think the high speed train will be helpful.


- And ......, it is a good thing, so we, I am all for it.


Nothing devides the public opinion like a project such as the rai link, attracting new commerce industry  while at the same time protecting the countryside * will be no easy fit. Mark Macaffy, Sky News.



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The leafy lanes that make up much of one of the UK’s wealthiest constituencies. Tatton takes its name from the stately own within its boundaries. And it’s represented by none other than the chancellor John… but even his political supporters here, have their doubts about the route of high-speed rail link.
We live in a … countryside as you can well say yeah, adjacent to no doubt all the areas around us. And depended on whether it’s elevated, if it’s elevated, what, what about the landscape?
The northern section of the railing would connect Birmingham to leans and Manchester, with the northwestern line running via Manchester airport.
The affluent treasure town of … is some which between the rich mountains on one side and the peak district on the other. So you’d expect there to be some concerns about what is a massive infrastructure project. And according to some experts, with good reasons.
Interfering with nature, especially in sensitive areas, says one naturalist can cause irreversible damage.
And if you interfere something that has been present for a long time, like ancient woodland, there’ll be many many species, all with very complex web interactions. And that means you stand through a lot of diversity at stroke.
But the railing would slash journey times between London and the north, booting regeneration and bringing great economic rewards, say supporters. It’s a point well recognized among those we spoke in leeds.
I think Leeds deserves a high-speed train to London. A lot of my family commute to London and I think a high-speed train will be helpful.
It’s a crazy job. It’s a good thing. So yeah, I’m all for it.
Nothing divides the public opinion like a project such as the railing. Attracting new … into industry, while at the same time protecting countryside … will be no easy feet.
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