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Nuclear power: misjudgements and mismanagement

It is reported that more than 300,000 tonnes of “radioactive” mud, some of it the toxic by-product of Britain’s atomic weapons programme, will be dredged at Cardiff Grounds, a sandbank in the Bristol Channel, to make way for England’s newest … Continue reading

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Misquoting William Wordsworth: “My heart leaps up when I behold a rainbow in the sky near a nuclear power station”

Marianne Birkby: “rainbow-wash to brainwash us all into embracing new nuclear”  Landscaping by Worcester’s One Creative Environments (shortlisted) proposes to include earthworks shaped to represent the splitting of the atom, energy and particle trails and an outdoor science park, part … Continue reading

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What Jeremy Corbyn should have said about Sellafield

David Hookes (Scientists for Global Responsibility) went canvassing in Copeland. Here is his report to Merseyside Momentum members:   Canvassing in Copeland was very revealing- the housing estate I visited was utterly decrepit- it should have been demolished and rebuilt years … Continue reading

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