Letter: The idea that Scotland can go into the future without replacing its nuclear power stations (which currently meet 40% of the Scottish annual maximum demand gigawatts) is madness. National electricity supply calls for a generation mix continuously able to adjust to meet second by second the prevailing pattern of demand 365 days a year.
Herald 28th Oct 2008 more >>
Nuclear energy is undergoing a worldwide renaissance, but poor nations yearning to develop need to realize that it is no panacea to profound poverty, the head of the U.N. nuclear watchdog said on Monday.
Reuters 28th Oct 2008 more >>
Nuclear-powered aircraft may sound like a concept from Thunderbirds, but they will be transporting millions of passengers around the world later this century, the leader of a Government-funded project to reduce environmental damage from aviation believes.
Times 27th Oct 2008 more >>
EX-SERVICEMEN exposed to atomic bomb testing have welcomed news that the Government is going to investigate its effects.
Gloucestershire Citizen 28th Oct 2008 more >>
More than 30 people were arrested yesterday during one of the biggest anti-nuclear protests at the Atomic Weapons Establishment at Aldermaston for 10 years. The gates of the site were blocked as people attached themselves to concrete blocks which had to be broken apart by police. Others climbed scaffolding or lay in the road at the demonstration by about 400 people to mark the start of the UN World Disarmament Week.
Guardian 28 Oct 2008 more >>
Loughbororough Echo 27th Oct 2008 more >>
BBC 27th Oct 2008 more >>
Iran’s U.N. ambassador said on Monday that six world powers have never responded to Tehran’s proposal for negotiations without pre-conditions aimed at resolving its nuclear stand-off with the West.
Reuters 27th Oct 2008 more >>
UN nuclear watchdog chief Mohamed ElBaradei said here Monday that his agency was still unable to determine whether or not there were undeclared nuclear activities in Iran.
Yahoo 27th Oct 2008 more >>