Blackwater Against New Nuclear Group raise fresh fears over Bradwell B power station. Campaigners say it would be “irresponsible” to build a major new power station by the River Blackwater. The Bradwell B power station has been described as “rather like throwing dangerous wastes into a bathtub that eventually overflows with no means of turning off the tap” by the Blackwater Against New Nuclear Group (Banng). The group is hopeful the project will not “survive” as new nuclear stations start to appear more “vulnerable”. A spokesman for the group said: “It would be thoroughly irresponsible to build a nuclear station operating for 60 years with highly radioactive wastes left there until at least well into the next century.
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