The journalist who has managed to squeeze the biggest clue towards uncovering the Government’s HS2 decision is ten years-old Braydon Brent. In a sit down interview with the schoolboy, Boris said “in a hole the size of HS2, the only thing to do is keep digging.” Which isn’t quite the phrase…
HS2. Can you explain it please?
Yes I can. It’s a colossal railway line. Now the truth is, the people who did it spent far too much money, they were profligate with the way they did it. Do you know what I mean by profligate? They just wasted money. And the whole way it was managed was hopeless. So we’re in a hole. We’re in a mess. But we’ve got to get out of it and we need a way forward, so we’re thinking about how to sort it out now.
I’m sure with you as Prime Minister, I’m sure you’ll get out of it. Is it a deep hole or is it a small one?
It’s a … in a hole the size of HS2, the only thing to do is keep digging.
That’s what you’ve got to do. It’s a big hole.
Braydon, give Guido a call. we have job opening for a scoop getter like you…