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It is not unusual for projects of this scale to have a lower delivery confidence assessment early in their project life, highlighting the substantial issues that inevitably remain to be resolved.’Significant progress has been made in the last year on HS2, for example in depositing the High Speed Rail Bill in Parliament and securing successful second reading in the Commons.’But Penny Gaines who chairs campaign group Stop HS2 said: ‘The MPA have kept giving HS2 amber/red ratings. The Department for Transport may claim that it is a project in excellent shape, but the evidence says otherwise.’And Richard Houghton of HS2Action Alliance said: ‘It’s no surprise the report concludes HS2 is at risk of failure. This project is running out of control.’The Bill for HS2 recently survived its second reading despite fury and a backbench rebellion by dozens of Tory backbenchers.But a Department for Transport spokesmansaid: ‘As the MPA itself makes clear, HS2 has made significant progressin the eight months since the evidence for this report was gathered,most recently with MPs voting 452 to 41 in favour of the Second Readingof the hybrid Bill.’We have met all major milestones and are on track to have spades in the ground in 2017 as planned.Protest: The new MPA assessment covering the period from July to September last year was welcomed by opponents of HS2, who have condemned the project as a ‘white elephant’ and an expensive ‘vanity project”HS2 is a vital part of the Government’s long term economic plan and we are determined to ensure Britain will benefit from the jobs, skills and extra capacity it will provide.’In the foreword to the MPA report, Cabinet Office Secretary Francis Maude admits the budgets are ‘eyewatering’, but insists: ‘Delivering projects will never be easy they are some of the biggest and most complex things the Government will do.’But we must not pretend problems don’t exist.