BBC Countryfile 17th June Despite this being the most even handed BBC coverage of the nukiller dump so far, Tom, the Countryfile presenter repeats the myth being put out to the world that Cumbria is a "willing community" for a nukiller dump. This "willingness" is based on an officially dodgy Ipsos Mori telephone poll. The … Continue reading BBC: NUKILLER DUMP HAS FOUND “WILLING COMMUNITY”? NO!
Tony Cunningham the MP for Workington area has been rewarded with a knighthood for services to politics and the public. From 1994 to 1999 Sir Tony was MEP for Cumbria and North Lancashire, and in 1995 he wrote an influential report on land mines which called for a treaty to instigate an outright ban, now … Continue reading Arise Sir Tony – Protector of the Worlds Biggest Land Mine?
The following is a letter from Professor David Smythe to the West Cumbrian Managing Radioactive Wastes Safely Partnership. Professor Smythe makes the point that Cumbrian Councils have a moral duty to 30 thousand generations. smythe comments on dearlove june2012
The following correspondence reveals an endearingly honest lack of awareness on the part of the leader of Cumbria County Council. Cumbria is being hoodwinked and no amount of conjuring up a "Brand Protection Strategy" costing £millions will protect the Cumbria "brand" Email from Cumbria County Council Leader Eddie Martin to Radiation Free Lakeland Subject: RE: … Continue reading “Brand Protection” will not protect Turkeys Voting for Christmas
KESWICK REMINDER 8th June 2012 NUCLEAR PUBLICITY DAMAGING TOURISM Claims Shop Owner The Lake District’s worldwide reputation as a beautiful place to visit is being tarnished by widespread publicity over the possible creation of an underground nuclear dump beneath it. That’s the view of Dianne Standen, who wrote to The Keswick Reminder this week to … Continue reading NUCLEAR PUBLICITY DAMAGING TOURISM – ARTICLE IN KESWICK REMINDER
Nukiller Dump campaigners were in Ulverston today, the birth place of Stan Laurel of Laurel and Hardy fame collecting signatures on letters to hand in to the Town Council. In just two hours 75 people stopped to sign letters saying: Dear Ulverston Town Council. There are proposals to bury hot nuclear wastes under Cumbria in … Continue reading Another Fine Mess? Letters to Ulverston Town Council
Join us in painting the Monkey Puzzle Tree and handing out leaflets this Friday from 11am at Brockhole, Ambleside.. The National Park have given the thumbs up to new nuclear build and a nuclear dump - so in the scheme of things the felling of a tree is of little consequence? The tree is the … Continue reading Save Brockhole’s Monkey Puzzle..