Excellent Briefing from Close Capenhurst Campaign including Barrow and Sellafield

The Issue Briefing below is courtesy of Close Capenhurst Campaign Illustrated with a page from the ongoing comic book "Wastwater Chronicles' Issue Briefings – Barrow & Rising Tides While much of our campaigning work concentrates upon a couple of plants, and nukiller waste, we should never forget the wider issues which we all face. Thus …

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Nuclear Bristol & High Level Omissions

We only get one shot at this precious and vulnerable life so our words matter - our actions matter.   Our lives are fleeting in the measure of geological time (unlike nuclear wastes).  Seeing the massive crowds of young folk just starting out in their lives gathered in Bristol, all engaged with wanting to protect life …

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Demo at Carlisle Railway: From Darkest Peru to Darkest Cumbria – Stop Nuclear Madness!

Radiation Free Lakeland will be holding a demonstration and leafletting at Carlisle Railway Station on Monday 24th November from 11am to 1pm - Please come and join us  This demonstration in Carlisle coincides with a week of actions at train stations throughout the UK  by groups and concerned citizens including in Wigan, Warrington Bridgwater, Chester  and …

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Stop and Contain – Reprocessing at Sellafield is Insane

An open letter to Tim Farron.. Dear Tim, Colleagues in the Bristol area have informed us that the third nuclear train this week has just been loaded again today at Bridgwater Station. Every week trains carrying radioactive nuclear waste in flasks from Hinkley Point nuclear power station are loaded in the middle of Bridgwater, right …

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High Level Wastes, Japan and Derailed Trains

The news that a train had derailed near Barrow Station on tuesday at 2pm is unusual enough, but to hear that the derailed train was carrying nuclear flasks is shocking. According to the nuclear industry the flasks were empty and on their way to Sellafield. Flasks on their way to Sellafield are most often full …

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