HS2, a high-speed rail link between London and Birmingham, has been given approval by the UK Secretary of State for Transport, despite ongoing debate about the value for money (VfM) of the project. Why might one go ahead with a project that appears to have lower VfM than that of strategic alternatives? What further evidence would make the case more compelling?
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