Letter from Malcolm Wicks: We made every effort to involve the views of Greenpeace, an organisation fundamentally opposed to nuclear power. It was invited to comment on our materials before the events – as were other stakeholders – and significant changes were made as a result of their input.
Guardian 24th Sept 2007 more >>
Letter (from Spain) Is Greenpeace more powerful than UK voters? Its lawyers are demanding the Government re-runs the nuclear consultation. Pity we can’t demand a review of Greenpeace’s plan to cover the world in useless wind turbines.
Daily Mail 24th Sept 2007 (not on web)
Nuclear warheads capable of unleashing the equivalent of 10 Hiroshima bombs were mistakenly flown across the United States by a bomber crew who thought they were dummies, and the terrifying security lapse was not discovered for almost 36 hours, it has been revealed.
Independent 24th Sept 2007 more >>
A MANCHESTER bio-tech firm at the forefront of developing drugs to combat the effects of radiation, is working with the US government to find treatments for people after a nuclear attack.
Manchester Evening News 24th Sept 2007 more >>
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has denied that Iran wants a nuclear bomb and insisted he is “very much against terrorism and any killing”.
Telegraph 24th Sept 2007 more >>
Africasia 23rd Sept 2007 more >>