HS2 fallout sees Labour and construction united by common aim


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The two have been cosying up in recent months. And the common denominator is infrastructure. Dave Rogers reports

Mace boss Mark Reynolds has not been one to mince his words on the government’s handling of the HS2 project over the past year.

Normally, most chief executives in his position would roll out a series of vanilla statements when asked about its decision last March which saw Mace’s work to build a new station at Euston halted for two years.

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