A veteran of Allied atomic bomb tests is the first British soldier to win compensation from the US government over Christmas Island nuclear testing.
BBC 25th July 2006
Daily Mail 25th July 2006
Birmingham Post 26th July 2006
The United States House of Representatives is due to vote on a landmark nuclear deal to share civilian nuclear technology with India. The deal offers US nuclear technology to India in exchange for inspectors’ access to Indian civilian reactors.
BBC 26th July 2006
The Clyde naval base at Faslane is about to celebrate the 300th patrol of a nuclear missile submarine since Britain deployed its first strategic deterrent in 1968.
Herald 26th July 2006
Letter from R.Don: Before they go shouting about security, and trying to alarm the public, perhaps Greenpeace would like to tell us just how the cargo of a nuclear train could be hi-jacked. The flask weighs approximately 55 tons. How are the hijackers going to lift it? As I had a small part in the design of the type of nuclear flask pictured, I would be very interested.
Scotsman 26th July 2006
Sadegh Kharrazi, Iran’s former ambassador to Paris and an influential pragmatist, has said that Israel’s assault on Lebanon could complicate attempts to reach a settlement on Iran’s nuclear programme but added that Tehran was still open to compromise.
FT 26th July 2006
The 438-megawatt Dungeness A nuclear power reactor in Kent has been given permission to decommission after its stops producing electricity at the end of this year, British Nuclear Group said.
Reuters 25th July 2006
Libya was on the verge of building a nuclear bomb before it decided in 2003 to abandon its programme to produce weapons of mass destruction, its leader Moamer Kadhafi said.
Middle East On-Line 25th July 2006
THREE men were cleared at the Old Bailey yesterday of plotting to supply a rare radioactive material to terrorists for the manufacture of a dirty bomb to spread radioactive material.
Times 26th July 2006