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HS2 and Crossrail chairman Sir Terry Morgan resigns



HS2 and Crossrail chairman Sir Terry Morgan has resigned, the Department for Transport has announced.

The announcement comes days after Sir Terry said he expected to be sacked and comes just months after he was appointed to the HS2 role.

He told the BBC at the weekend that there had been disappointment in Westminster about delays affecting London’s £15bn Crossrail project, which he has chaired since 2009.

Transport secretary Chris Grayling said: “Sir Terry has been an integral part of Crossrail for almost a decade and I would like to thank him for his dedication and the expertise he brought to the role.

“I am also grateful to him for his work as chair of HS2 Ltd.”

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