ANTI-nuclear campaigners have accused district planners of “swallowing” a Government edict on the scope of future nuclear power station public inquiries – without putting up a fight. The Government announced last year that such inquiries would in future consider only local issues and that the various regulators would assure safety, security and protection from radiation.
East Anglian Daily Times 24th March 2007
Building nuclear power plants should be a priority in the green revolution said MP for Copeland Jamie Reed.
Carlisle News and Star 24th March 2007
Anti-nuclear protesters from Bradford took a highly unusual step during their attempted blockade of the Faslane nuclear submarine base in Scotland yesterday. They literally glued themselves together.
Bradford Telegrapgh and Argus 24th March 2007
It’s a typical Iranian tactic. The moment Teheran finds itself in a tight corner it pulls off a stunt designed to divert the world’s attention away from the issue that is causing it difficulty. So it is no coincidence that the 15 Royal Navy personnel now being held by Iran were abducted at the very moment that Teheran was under intense pressure from the United Nations Security Council to halt its uranium enrichment programme.
Telegraph 24th March 2007