NuGen’s Parent Company Loses £Millions – No Worries Though! Plenty of Slush Funds for Greenwashing Moorside

The Whitehaven News reports today on the worst kept secret that Toshiba is financially torpedoing. Still not to worry eh, there are still slush funds aplenty to greenwash the increasingly despised Moorside plan.  Apart from NuGen (100% Toshiba) the other two sponsors are the Copeland Community Fund ( this fund doles out the £millions Cumbria …

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ON THE BEACH 2017. THE BECKONING OF NUCLEAR WAR: John Pilger

Extract from John Pilger Article..... ON THE BEACH 2017. THE BECKONING OF NUCLEAR WAR. 4 August 2017 https://youtu.be/Ue8hC5qqMt4 The US submarine captain says, "We've all got to die one day, some sooner and some later. The trouble always has been that you're never ready, because you don't know when it's coming. Well, now we do …

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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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Nuclear Podium – A Masterpiece in Storytelling

PODIUM The Westmorland Gazette’s Podium is often given over to the fans of nuclear energy. This one in particular was a masterpiece and neatly encapsulates in one article all the deceitful pro-nuclear ‘renaissance’ propaganda that we have been treated to over the last decade or more.   Dr Kent Brooks has appeared in the Westmorland Gazette …

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South Carolina Bungled Nuclear Reactor Construction Project Canceled

The Ap1000 planned for Cumbria has never been build to completion anywhere …today’s news from the US

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The reactor construction project is at least 5 years behind schedule.
News Release from Friends of the Earth:
South Carolina Bungled Nuclear Reactor Construction Project Canceled
Posted Jul. 31, 2017 / Posted by: Audrey Fox
Next Step: Who will be Held Accountable and When will Ratepayers Receive Refunds? COLUMBIA, S.C. – South Carolina Electric & Gas Company (SCE&G) today announced that it will cease construction of the two new nuclear units at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station

In response to the announcement, Tom Clements, Senior Advisor at Friends of the Earth issued the following statement:
The decision to abandon the V.C. Summer project is of monumental proportion and is a full admission that pursuit of the project was a fool’s mission right from the start. The damage that this bungled project has caused to ratepayers and the state’s economy must be promptly addressed by SCE&G, Santee Cooper and regulators…

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Nuclear Beautifying Smoke and Mirrors to Hoodwink ?

Letter from Radiation Free Lakeland: “31st July 2017 Dear Royal Institute of British Architects and Landscape Institute, Nuclear Beautifying Competitions –Endorsing the Safety of New Nuclear Reactors? Amber Rudd the (then) Energy Secretary made statements in 2015 that new nuclear power stations must be designed to look beautiful in order to garner essential public support. […] …

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Radioactive Beached Art at St Bees: Don’t Worry, Be Happy!

Today Cumbria Wildlife Trust has invited families to dig for hours on the beach at St Bees making sand sculptures. We have asked them again this year to warn people about the radioactive particles found on this beach…they said “the last particle has been removed”. This is nonsense the tide comes in twice a day with more radioactive wastes from Sellafield. This was our protest back in 2015.

Don't Worry, Be Happy! Radioactive Particles at St Bees Don’t Worry, Be Happy! Radioactive Particles at St Bees

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0.09 microsieverts "safe radiation dose" Exposure within 50 miles of  nuclear power plant 0.09 microsieverts “safe radiation dose” Exposure within 50 miles of nuclear power plant

On Friday, the day before our protest sand drawing at St Bees I rang up Sellafield to let them know that after the demo we would be dropping off our soiled gloves and protective clothing at the Main Gate as potential radioactive waste. I got through to a lass in Workington who put me through to security ….it just rang out.

No option to leave a message.  I wanted to let them know about our plan, as some of the young armed police on the Main Gate look habitually nervous and we didn’t want to approach them with a bin bag full of clothing unannounced.    I rang back and the lass from Workington put me through to the Main Gate, this was at 3pm…

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20 years ago, 20 miles from the plan for the biggest nuclear development in Europe.

25th July 1997 Remember the man from the government said that the trees need not be felled…. well… The National Park are Furious! Field Notes from the Full Board Meeting, Kendal. Guy Well (Project Manager): “since the Department of Environment report we have noticed additional faults. Objectors have anxieties about our Management Plan not taking […] …

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Nuclear Power Farts Rainbows -Official!

This isn’t a spoof, wish it was it would be the best ever. Remember back in 2015 when the then Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, said: “new nuclear power stations must be designed to look beautiful to garner essential public support” This is the result of that blue sky thinking. “A new proposal could lead to …

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“The Last Radioactive Particle Has Been Removed” from St Bees: Cumbria Wildlife Trust Presented with Award

CUMBRIA WILDLIFE TRUST PRESENTED WITH BEACHED UP ART AWARD by Nuclear Safety Campaigners " The last radioactive particle has been picked up" from St Bees beach : Cumbria Wildlife Trust Peter Bullard the Director of Cumbria Wildlife Trust told campaigners: "Cumbria Wildlife Trust has been holding this event on the beach at St Bees for …

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