The government has unveiled its infrastructure spending plan for the next two decades, describing it as "a blueprint for Britain".
The National Infrastructure Plan (NIP) includes the government selling off its 40% stake in the Eurostar rail service.
About £375bn of investment in energy, transport, communications, and water projects is planned, although no new money will be forthcoming.
The insurance industry also plans to spend £25bn over the next five years.
Speaking at the Institute of Civil Engineers in Westminster, Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the Treasury, said...