Camden residents fight to keep trees as HS2 threatens green spaces

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Camden residents fight to keep trees as HS2 threatens green spaces

Trees on a patch of land in front of Euston Station were given knitted scarves in protest over plans to cut them down.

The gardens will be used for the new HS2 railway terminal. 

Residents say the capital's green spaces need protecting.

 

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