Nuclear transport protest in Highlands. Protesters from across the Highlands gathered in Inverness to stage a “peaceful protest” against the transportation of nuclear waste.
Energy Voice 3rd Sept 2018 read more »
Anti-nuclear protesters from across the Highlands gathered in Inverness to stage a “peaceful protest” against the transportation of nuclear waste along the far north line. More than a dozen campaigners from Highlands Against Nuclear Transport (HANT) and Cromarty Peace Group (CPG) joined together outside Inverness Train Station to showcase their objections in the movement of radioactive waste from Dounreay in Caithness to Sellafield in England. Protestors camped outside the doors of the city train station for almost an hour holding up a number of banners highlighting the dangers they claim are being imposed on the region. During the demonstration, members of the public were also offered the opportunity to sign postcards containing a petition to the UK Government demanding the halting of all nuclear transport across the north.
Press & Journal 3rd Sept 2018 read more »