Hurrah!! Plans for Wylfa B Scuppered!!

CONGRATULATIONS to ALL WHO HAVE CAMPAIGNED SO LONG TO STOP WYLFA ESPECIALLY PEOPLE AGAINST WYLFA B - This abandonment by Hitachi is due in no small part to continued opposition to new nuclear in Wales. Well Done to All who have campaigned to STOP WYLFA A Message from PAWB below... Wylfa-Fukushima 23rd -25th August 2015 …

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27th April – Surround Springfields – Get the book! (No T shirts but we do have Nuclear Waste Barrel Costumes!)

Surround Springfields  The ongoing Chernobyl nuclear disaster marks its 33rd anniversary on Friday April 26th. On the Saturday April 27th campaigners will  gather at the Springfields nuclear site in Lancashire, the dark heart of the UK's nuclear industry, to highlight  the need for action against new nuclear power plants and dangerous radioactive waste 'disposal'. The Chernobyl …

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Listen to the Dolphin – Not the Cumbria Chamber of Commerce!

This is what the Dolphin says: "New Nuclear? Construction 2 Catastrophe, You Pay! This is what the CEO of Cumbria's Chamber of Commerce says: " “The trick here is that they are, effectively, transferring risk from the private sector developer to the consumer" Rob Johnston, Chief Executive of Cumbria Chamber of Commerce, Nuclear Sector Deal …

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“Let them Burn Plutonium! ” ???

This Telegraph article , and similar in other media suggests that plutonium is classified as a waste.  It is'nt, It SHOULD be, but it isn't. This is what the NDA say about nuclear waste:  "If it is assumed that the baseline inventory, as set out in the Managing Radioactive Waste White Paper (but excluding plutonium …

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Remember Fukushima: Wales

Our friends PAWB, PEOPLE AGAINST WYLFA B tell us that: "On March 11, we will be remembering that exactly six years have passed since the triple explosions and meltdowns at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor site. Over 150,000 from Fukushima Prefecture were forced to leave their homes to flee from radiation, the majority of which …

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