Injunction against unlawful protests at HS2 site extended until 2020

An injunction banning unlawful protests by environmental activists opposed to HS2 will remain in place for another year following a High Court ruling.

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling was granted a court order against campaigners opposed to the high-speed rail line running through a woodland area in west London in February 2018.

The order banned unlawful protest activities in and around a construction site near Harvil Road in Hillingdon.

In a ruling on Thursday, Judge David Holland QC ordered that the injunction, which was due to expire in June, should continue until June 2020…
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