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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2013-9-14 07:58     标题: 2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

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HS2 Rail Project Comes Under Renewed Attack


A public spending watchdog says the apparent benefits of the proposed high-speed rail link are dwindling as costs spiral.

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作者: humu0919    时间: 2013-9-15 00:17     标题: [Homework]2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

Its promises to slush journey times between our major cities. But plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it's worth the 50-billion-pound cost.

We can have been overoptimistic on time, overoptimistic on the benefits. Are they having gotten handled on the real costs of this? And if you really want to spend 50 billion pounds which you'll all do on infrastructure investment, there are better ways of spending it, sooner getting better benefit to the provincial cities.


In 2017 constructions due to start on HS2's first phase linking London with Birmingham if parliament approves. The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds. But MPs in the Public Accounts Committee are worries that the estimated return of that investment has gone down because of an error with how it was calculated. And they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go-ahead to phase 2.


The trouble of the authority's report is by the time they service, they can be out of date. But look , I'm determined that the points that are made by the National Audit Office, the points that are made by the major projects authority are points that we address ... prominent and we users' points are getting right.


As time moves on, it feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends. Former champions have turned skeptical. The Institute of Directors has called this a ground folly. Under debate, it's followed the Prime Minister all the way from here in Buckinghamshireto the G20 in Russia, where his pledge to fight back against the unholy alights opposing yes.


It seems strange in this austere time to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money. This week expected to make the case for HS2 even stronger.


Tygan Rise, Sky news.

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作者: cc1970    时间: 2013-9-15 08:26     标题: [Homework]2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

Its promise is to slash journey time between our major cities. But the plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliment spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it's worth  the 15 billion pound cost.
We can be overoptimistic  on time,overoptimistic on the benebits.They haven't got to find out the real costs of this.And if you really want to spend  15  billion pounds which we all do on infrastructure investment, there  are better ways of spending it, sooner getting better benifits to the provincial cities.
In 2017,constructions due to to start on HS2's first phase ,linking London with Berminham if parliment approves.The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds.But MPs in a public ...committee are  worried that the estimated  return from the investment has gone down because of an error with ... calculated.And they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go--aheads to phase two.
The troube with a lot of these reports is  by the time they service, they can be the other day. I'm determined that the points made by the national office are points made by the major projects... are points we've adressed in the deparment. We'll use the points to get it right.
It's time to move on.It feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends.Former champions have turned sceptical. The institute director has called it  a ground folly.And the debate followed the Prime MInster all the way  from here in ... to the G20 in Russia, where he's  pleged to fight back against the unholy allies--opposition.
Seem strange these are still times to hear the government figting so hard to spend money.  This week  expected to make the case for HS2 even stronger

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作者: rosalina    时间: 2013-9-15 12:22     标题: [Homework]2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

Its promise is to slash journey time between our major cities. But the plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliment spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it's worth the 50 billion pound cost.
We cannot be overoptimistic on time,overoptimistic on the benebits.They haven't got to handle on the real costs of this. And if you really want to spend  50  billion pounds which we all do on infrastructure investment, there are better ways of spending it, sooner getting better benifits to the provincial cities.
In 2017,constructions due to to start on HS2's first phase ,linking London with Berminham if parliment approves.The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds.But MPs in a Public Accounts Committee are  worried that the estimated  return from that investment has gone down because of an error with how it was calculated. And they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go--aheads to phase two.
The troube with a lot of these reports is  by the time they service, they can be the other day. I'm determined that the points have made by the national developers are points that made by the major projects of quality are points we've adressed in the deparment. We'll use the points to get it right.
It's time to move on.It feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends. Former champions have turned sceptical. The institute of directors has called it a ground folly. And the debate followed the PM all the way from here in Buckingham shere to the G20 in Russia, where he's  pledged to fight back against the unholy alliance opposing it.
Seem strange these are steer times to hear the government figting so hard to spend money.  This week  expected to make the case for HS2 even stronger.
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作者: smallcat715    时间: 2013-9-15 16:27     标题: [Homework]2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

it is promises to slash journey time between our major cities.plans for ms2 going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which yet to be convinced is worth 50 billion pounds cost.we can be overoptimistic on time ,overoptimistic on benefits, 2017 construction due to start on hs2'first phase ,linking london with burmingon if parliament approves
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作者: 徐欣玮    时间: 2013-9-16 07:58     标题: [Homework]2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

Its promise is to slash journey times between our major cities. But plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it's worth the 15-billion-pound cost.
We have been over-optimistic on time, over-optimistic on the benefits. They haven't got a handle on the real costs of this. And if you really want to spend 15-billion-pound which will all do on infrastructure investment, there are better ways of spending it, sooner getting better benefit to the provincial cities.
In 2017, construction due to start on HS2 first phase, linking London with Birmingham if parliament approves. The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds but MPs in the public accounts committee are worried that the estimmated return on that investment has gone down because of an error with how it was calculated. And they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go-ahead to phase two.
The trouble of a lot of these reports is by the time they service, they can be out of date. But look, I'm determined that the points that are made by the national audit office, the points that are made by the major project authority are points that we have addressed within the department and we use those points to get it right.
As time moves on, it feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends. Former champions have turned skeptical. The institutive director has called it a ground folly. And the debate has followed the prime minster all the way from here in Buckinghamshairo to the G20 in Russia where he has pledged to fight back against the unholy allies opposing it.
Seems strange in these austere times to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money. This week expects to make the case for HS2 even stronger.

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作者: tom19830925    时间: 2013-9-17 23:48     标题: [Homework]【整理】2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

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- We think it had been over-optimistic on time, over-optimistic on the benefits. Oh, they haven't get handle on the rail costs of this. And i f you really want to spend 50 billion ponds which will all do on the infranstructure investment, there are better ways of spending it, sooner, getting better benefit to the provincial cities.
In 2017 constrcution due to start on HS2's first phase, linking London with Berminham if parliment approves. The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds. But MPs in a Public Accounts Committee are worried that the estimated return from that investment has gone down, because * calculated, they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go ahead to phase two.
- The troube with a lot of these reports is by the time they service, they can be the other day. I'm determined that the points have made by the national * are points that made by the major projects of quality are points we've adressed within the deparment. We'll use the points to get it right.
- This time moves on, the feels likes * winning more enemys than friends. Former champions have turned *. The institute of directors has called it a ground *. And the debate followed the PM all the way from here in Buckingham shere to the G20 in Russia, where he's  pledged to fight back against the unholy alliance opposing us.
Seem strange these are * times to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money. This week expected to make the case for HS2 even stronger.


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作者: Inuyasha1366    时间: 2013-9-18 09:39

Homework~
It promises to slush journey time between our major cities.But plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which has yet been convinced its worth the 50 billion pounds cost.

We think that being over optimistic on time,over optimistic on the benefits,they haven't got a handle on the real costs of this.And if you really want to spend 50 billion pounds which we all do on infrastructure investment,there are better ways of spending it,sooner geting better benefit to the provincial cities.

In 2017,constructions due to start on HS2's first phase linking London with Birmingham if parliament approves.The estimate cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds.But MPs in the Pubilc Account Committee are worried that the estimated return in that investment has gone down because of an error with  how was it caculated and they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go ahead to phase two.

The trouble with a lot of these reports is that by the time they surface, they can be out of date.But look, I'm determined that the points that made by the National Audit Office,the points that made by the Major Project Authority are points we address within the department and that we use those points to get it right.

As time moves on, it feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends. Former champions have turned skeptical. The institutor director has called it a "grand folly". And the debate has followed the Prime Minster all the way from here in Buckinghamshairo to the G20 in Russia where he has pledged to fight back against the unholy allies opposing it.

Seems strange in these austere times to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money. This week expects to make the case for HS2 even stronger.
作者: 深白的蓝    时间: 2013-9-21 15:40     标题: [Homework]【整理】2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

HOMEWORK
It's promise is to slash journey times between our major cities, but plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it's worth the 50 billion pounds cost.
We think they have been over optimistic on time, over optimistic on the benefits, they haven't got a handle on the real costs of this, and if you really want to spend 50 billion pounds which we all do on infrastructure invest, there are better ways of spending it, sooner getting better benefit to the provincial cities.
In 2017 constructions due to start on HS2's first phase, linking London with Birmingham if parliament approves, the estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billion pounds, but MPs of the public accounts committee are worried that the estimated return on that investment has gone down, because of an error with how it was calculated, and they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go ahead to phase two.
The trouble with a lot of these reports is that by the time they service, they can be out of date, but i'm determined that the points made by the national audit office, the points that made by the major projects authority are points that we have addressed within the departments, and we use those points to get it right.
As time moves on, it feels like HS2 is winning more enemies than friends, former champions have turned skeptical, the institute of directors has called this a grand folly, and the debate follows the prime minister all the way from here in Buckinghamshire to the G20 in Russia where he has pledged to fight back against the unholy allies opposing it. Seemed strange in this austere times to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money, this  week expect to make the case for HS2 even stronger.

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作者: dianyanmao    时间: 2013-10-9 19:45     标题: [Homework]【整理】2013-09-14 英议会公共账目委员会反对高铁建设

Its promise is to slash journey time between our major cities. But plans for HS2 are going too fast for parliament spending watchdog which is to yet be convinced it's worth the fifteen-billion-pound cost. We think that has been over optimistic on time, over optimistic on the benefits. And they haven't got a fund on the real costs of this. And if you really want to spend 15 billion pounds which we all do on the infrastructure investment, there are better ways of spending it, sooner, getting better benefit in the provincial cities.In 2017, constructions due to start on HS2's first phase, linking London with Birmingham if parliament approves. The estimated cost has gone up from 60 to 21 billion pounds, but MPs in the public accounts committee are worried that the estimated return of that investment has gone down because of an error with how it was calculated. And they want a fresh analysis carried out before giving the go ahead to phase 2.
The trouble with all of reports is that by the time they surveys, they can't be out of date. But look, I'm determining that the points that made by the National Audit Office, the points that made by the major projects of authority are points we dress with the department and we use those points to get it right.
As time moves on, it feels like HS2 with willing more enemies than friends. Former champions have turned skeptical, the institute of the directors has called it a ground folly. The debate has followed the prime minister all the way from here in Buckinghamshire to the G20 in Russia where he's pledged to fight back against the unholy allies opposing it.
Seem strange in this austere time to hear the government fighting so hard to spend money. This week expected to make the case for HS2 even stronger.

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作者: cLuck    时间: 2013-10-9 21:52

本帖最后由 cLuck 于 2013-10-10 20:53 编辑

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Its promise is toslash journey time between our major cities, but plans for HS2 are going toofast for parliament spending watchdog which is yet to be convinced it is worththe 50-billion-pound cost.

We think it’s beenover-optimistic on time, over-optimistic on the benefits; they haven’t gottheir handle on the real costs of this. And if you really wanna spend 50billion pounds which will all do on infrastructure investment, there are betterways of spending it. Sooner, getting better benefit to the provincial cities.

In 2017,construction due to start on HS2’s first phase, linking London with Birminghamif parliament approves. The estimated cost has gone up from 16 to 21 billionpounds. But MPs and the public account committeeare worried that the estimated return on that investment has gone down becauseof an error with how it was calculated and they wanted fresh analysis carriedout before giving the go-ahead to Phase Two.

The trouble wehave with this report is by the time of service, that can be out of date, but look I’m determined that the pointsmade by the national audit office, the points that are made by the majorproject authority are points we’ve addressed within the parliament and we’lluse these points to get it right.

As time moves on itfeels that HS2 is wining more enemies than friends. Former champions haveturned skeptical. The institute of directors has called this a grand folly andthe debate follow the prime minister all the way from here in Buckinghamshireto the G20 in Russia where he pledged to fight back against the unholy alliesopposing it.
Seemed strange inthis austere time to hear government fighting sohard to spend money, this week is expected to make the case for HS2 evenstronger.




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