Digging, cards and chocolate: HS2 activists on life in Euston tunnel


Protesters ‘in the muck together’ since 27 January say they are in good spirits as they resist eviction

Packs of cards and plentiful supplies of chocolate are essential parts of the tunnel survival kit, according to the environmental activists living underneath Euston to protest about HS2 – the high-speed rail link that is due to come into the London station.

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Since the early hours of 27 January, nine activists from the campaign group HS2 Rebellion have been occupying a network of tunnels they and others dug out.

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