The first of hundreds of consignments of allegedly radioactive mud from the Somerset coast (adjacent to the Hinkley Point nuclear power station) was deposited off Penarth last night under cover of darkness. The curious looking Belgian motor-hopper Sloeber made her first round trip from Hinkley Point to the Cardiff Grounds – a mile off shore from Penarth. She then opened-up her belly underwater to disgorge thousands of tonnes of mud on one massive “bowel movement” – last night .
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The administrator dealing with the collapse of Bristol subcontractor Dancourt Construction has said the company was in part felled because it was owed more than £2.5m in missing payments and retentions by main contractors. The £15.5m turnover firm went down nearly two months ago, owing creditors £5.2m including plant hire firm CJ O’Shea £232,000 and £150,000 to Sir Robert McAlpine. It worked on several schools in the South West area, as well as at the Hinkley Point nuclear site (pictured) in Somerset and on the Ashton Gate football stadium in Bristol.
Building 10th Sept 2018 read more »