A delegation of executives from State Nuclear Power Technology Corporation (SNPTC) is due in London this week. They will meet with representatives from NuGen and the Nuclear Industry Association on Tuesday, the Sunday Times reported.
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After months of Toshiba Westinghouse’s rather faux bankruptcy and the “on hold” status of Moorside, now (once again) China is in the news as being an “interested party.” Meanwhile the nuclear obsessed unions are baying for ever more public subsidy for new nuclear build despite the growing evidence that nuclear provides negative equity in both health and prosperity. Yes nuclear is a “white elephant” which is already a drain on the public purse into eternity …but it is so much more than a “white elephant.” The Chinese know this and have been out on the streets protesting in their thousands, despite their repressive regime. Here in our green and pleasant democratic land, a lot of effort by government bodies including the National Public Intelligence Order Unit has gone into ensuring the UK public are apathetic about nuclear. The Chinese would be up in arms about Moorside being “on hold” -they would say the plan should be scrapped. Meanwhile reports in the mainstream press blind the public into believing that this is already a ‘nuclear plant’ – it is not – it is greenfields, floodplain and has internationally recognised designations of Conservation….all meaningless, as our democratic government has changed the law to “facilitate” this obscenity.
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