Irate Curate Tells Artist to Go and Take Uranium Exhibition with them

April 27th 2019 "Surround Springfields" To Tim Farron MP Dear Tim, I know we are somewhat at odds over the nuclear issue but I wanted to write and let you know about the abuse, even from the Church of England, that those opposing nuclear have to contend with. This time last year I took part …

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Today is the anniversary of Chernobyl – that disaster continues while pronuclear voices and our government call for ever more dangerous nuclear plants.

A Hard Hitting Article in Cumbria Life from 1996 written 10 years after the disaster but with the impacts still felt in the Lake District. Today is the anniversary of the 1986 nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl power plant in the Ukraine, what was then part of the Soviet Union. The Chernobyl disaster continues to …

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Protesters call for Capenhurst nuclear plant to be closed down

Many thanks to Cheshire-Live for this report on 50 year anniversary of enriching uranium at Urenco - in Capenhurst, Cheshire Extract from the report below and full report an be seen here "Urenco’s nuclear plant at Capenhurst this week celebrated 50 years since the government-owned international company was founded .  But outside protesters lamented the damage to …

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NEW NUCLEAR: PROTECTING THE PLANET OR TURNING CLIMATE EMERGENCY INTO DOUBLE WHAMMY?

NEW NUCLEAR:  PROTECTING THE PLANET OR TURNING CLIMATE EMERGENCY INTO A DOUBLE WHAMMY? Across the world climate activists are uniting to protect the planet from continuing fossil fuel use.  There is much talk of a “green industrial revolution” and  a “Green New Deal.”    This sounds good.  Who doesn’t want a green industrial revolution and …

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Channel 4 Climate Debate

The message below has been recieved off Channel 4 following complaint (below) about the pronuclear bias shown by the presenter. We also note with alarm that although climate emergency was the banner headline topic of the debate, the first deep coal mine in the UK in decades was not given even a raised eyebrow by …

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Millenials and the Chernobyl Series: “Tell us the Truth!”

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wVVCCY_3_Gg   The Chernobyl series has sent a shock wave through the Millenial generation.  Millenials have been fed a grossly rose tinted view of the nuclear industry through the media, through the education system, through the wholesale abdication of mainstream NGOs ((Foe and Greenpeace in the UK have not actively had a dedicated campaign …

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Following the “Embrace Nuclear” Podium Piece (of work) in the Westmorland Gazette ….

For the last two weeks there have been excellent letters in the Westmorland Gazette rebutting the pronuclear claims by Dr Kent Brooks in his Podium Here is just one of them..... Nuclear is Not the Best Option by Linda Walker MBE, Executive Director of Chernobyl Children's Project UK. It is hard to know where to …

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Cumbria Life – “Chernobyl The Cloud Lingers On”

Cumbria Life and Chernobyl...a hard hitting article from 1996... The lifestyle magazine, Cumbria Life, is not where you would expect to find a hard- hitting article on Chernobyl and the nuclear industry. But that is exactly what was published in this Cumbrian coffee table magazine in 1996. .... (the article is in the public domain …

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A Walk to Mark the 30th Anniversary of the Ongoing Chernobyl Disaster.

Please join us on Saturday 30th April.  We will meet at Drigg Railway Station at 11am and walk approximately four miles around the Drigg nuclear waste site where waste has reportedly been buried from the ongoing Chernobyl disaster. There is no mention of course of the UK's "Low Level" nuclear waste site on the "Adventure …

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