MP3: David Higgins, UK Network Rail CEO & future chairman of the UK's planned high speed rail project

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David Higgins, UK Network Rail CEO & future chairman of the UK\'s planned high speed rail project MP3

When the UK Chancellor wanted to get Britain's high speed rail project on track, he turned to an Australian with a reputation for leading massive, complex projects – Sir David Higgins. Source: abc.net.au

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