Rory Hooper ends protest against HS2 in a tunnel under Euston Station.

16-year-old Rory Hooper has emerged from a three-week protest against High Speed Two underneath Euston Station in London.

His father, Daniel 'Swampy' Hooper, who protested the Newbury Bypass in the 1990s has remained underground protesting nearby.

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