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Burrowing HS2 protestors defy bailiffs

ANTI-HS2 protestors continued to occupy makeshift tunnels outside Euston station in late February, despite efforts to remove them for their own safety.

Although most of the protestors camping in Euston Square Gardens were removed by

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