“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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EVENTS TO PROTEST URANIUM PROCESSING AND TRANSPORTING

Our friends at Close Capenhurst have two events coming up to protest the continued obscenity of uranium processing by URENCO in the UK, Cheshire and the transporting of uranium 'products' by Direct Rail Services.  These uranium products including nuclear fuel and nuclear wastes (spent fuel)  criss cross the UK on our roads and railways through …

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Trust Me, I am an Expert (Official Reassuring Expert!)

A Poem that speaks true by Phil Knight TRUST ME, I AM AN EXPERT Who says cigarettes are bad for you? What utter RUBBISH! They clear the chest of phlegm And they settle the nerves Trust me I am an Expert. Asbestosis? There is no such thing! Asbestos is all that stands Between you and …

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Westinghouse Saved – Who Knew? We did! Come on and Join the Resistance to the Nuclear Mafia.

As we predicted Westinghouse has been bailed out by an asset management company.  The nuclear industry will not under any circumstances, apart from huge public outcry and condemnation, be allowed to go belly up.  This means that Westinghouse in Preston will be hoping to gear up to supply all new nuclear reactors here (and overseas …

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“Campaigners in Cumbria have thanked Essex Councillors for Opposing a Nuclear Power Station”

From Wednesday's Essex Gazette Anti-nuclear Support 300 miles away. Campaigners in Cumbria have thanked Essex councillors for opposing a nuclear power station. Designs for a nuclear power station close to the site of a former plant in Bradwell have been revealed. The design for the new Bradwell B reactor has passed the first step of …

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Human Chain of 50,000 Protests Against Nuclear Power Across Three Countries

YESTERDAY!   Organizers claimed that some 50,000 protesters took part in the demonstration on Sunday, forming a human chain that stretched from Aachen, Germany, to Liege, Belgium, and Maastricht, the Netherlands. The chain also passed close the Tihange nuclear power plant some 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) southwest of Liege. The Tihange 2 and Doel 3 reactors …

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What Will Be Powering Your Dinner this Christmas?

  Members of Radiation Free Lakeland will be out and about in Lancaster town centre on Thursday 15th December with a request: DON'T BUY NUCLEAR WASTE THIS CHRISTMAS   What is Powering Your Christmas? Is your Christmas dinner going to leave a nuclear waste legacy for future generations? Cumbria is still growing its mountains - …

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One Day Left To Comment on Dangerous Reactors

https://youtu.be/ymrVb4vJZkM There is one day left.  Tomorrow is the last day to comment on the dangerous reactors planned for Cumbria.  Thanks to ITV for the coverage (in which NuGen try to belittle the report) but on the whole the nuclear industry and our pronuclear government have done a fantastic job of keeping this "opportunity" for …

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Cumbria Twinned with Fukushima

 The Whitehaven News tells us that : "The company charged with cleaning up the devastated Fukushima nuclear site in Japan has taken a fact-finding trip to Copeland.  Yoshiyuki Ishizaki, from the Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO), visited the area last week to look at how the nuclear industry and the surrounding communities engage with one …

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