New HS2 map following recent Dawlish storm damage

Following the damage to the rail line at Dawlish, the Department of Transport has released a map of the governments proposed extension to the HS2 line.

This will cost a further 43.87957 billion, but will shave off a stunning 3 minutes from the journey time between London and Torquay.

Talk of a suppressed report into the downsides has been played down by some liars in suits, but we can tell you that the non-existent report speaks of irreparable damage to the economies of Wales, Scotland, Iceland, Australia and Jamaica, and is likely to spell death for all Swansea based Catholics.

The PM has defended the new plans, stating “I would rather shoot my own children, than think about something rationally.”


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