Always best to publish a little satire on occasions
That Tweet links to Hannan’s Telegraph column, of which this is an excerpt:
Hyperloop may or may not turn out to be viable. Driverless cars almost certainly will: some of them are already in commercial use in the United States. So why is the Government still firehosing money at the rather Seventies idea of high-speed trains?
The short answer is that firehosing money is what governments do.
Well, no, that’s not the only reason is it? I can think of some others. For example:
1. Trains are faster than cars, driverless or otherwise.
2. High speed trains are faster still. Hence the name.
3. The biggest problem with cars as a form of mass transportation isn’t either pollution or the fact you have to do the driving yourself and so can’t do anything else at the same time (problems though those are). The biggest problem is that they’re an…
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