HS2 rail chief Terry Morgan faces sack over spiralling costs [The Guardian]





Date: 30/11/2018

Morgan, who Chris Grayling described as 'world class', set to go after four months in job. The chairman of HS2 is facing the sack less than five months after his appointment because of fears that costs are spiralling out of control. Sir Terry Morgan is also set to be removed as the chairman of Crossrail, the ambitious line linking east and west London, relieving him of leadership of two of the UKs highest-profile infrastructure projects, according to a report.


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Morgan, who Chris Grayling described as world class, set to go after four months in job