Meet the people refusing to sell their homes to HS2

  Yorkshire Post 

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HS2 has spent hundreds of millions buying properties on its intended route - but not everyone wants to sell. Chris Burn speaks to some of the Yorkshire families holding out in their homes as the future of the high-speed rail project grows increasingly uncertain.
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