HS2 protesters dig 100ft tunnel under London park

HS2 Rebellion say they are ready to occupy space under Euston Square Gardens to stop it being sold off

Protesters claimed they have dug and are ready to occupy a 100ft tunnel network under a small central London park they claim is at risk from the HS2 line development.

HS2 Rebellion, an alliance of groups and individuals campaigning against the planned high-speed railway, claim Euston Square Gardens, a green space outside Euston station, will be built over with a temporary taxi rank before being sold off to developers.

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