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The UK government has a report on its rail network that mistakes and questionable promises. The 36-page prospectus is "Network North". It was issued in the wake of Prime Minister Rishi Sunak the major HS2 infrastructure project – a high-speed rail link the northern city of Manchester to the south. The front cover of the publication seems to have Manchester 70 km north-west. Network North also to upgrading a road called the A259. However, this road is on the south coast of England. Among other bloopers, the report to a tram network to Manchester airport. The airport link actually in 2014.

Government critics dumbfounded and dismayed at the scrapping of the HS2 rail link. The line was with great fanfare by the Conservative government in 2012. HS2 a major component in efforts to " up" the north. Abandoning the link is as Mr Sunak's latest U-turn on a policy initiative. Just a year ago, he was committed to the project. Many people say it the government's disregard for the north of England. They railway lines in the north "Victorian" – over a century old. The High Speed Rail Group said: "Every other major European country has to build a high-speed rail network, it's a vital part of a modern society and economy."

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