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Nuclear Hotseat #400 – Nuclear Brexit, UK’s Hinkley C, Sellafield Nightmares 2-23-2019

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Nuclear Brexit? This week, as Brexit looms over the United Kingdom, we learn about another pending boondoggle in that country: the Hinkly Point C nuclear power plant proposed new build. What’s so wrong with this particular new nuke and what are activists doing about it? We talk with Nikki Clark, one of three founders of the UK direct action group South West Against Nuclear, which came into existence in 2010 in response to government plans to go ahead with a program of new nuclear reactors. She’s been involved in anti-nuclear campaigning for the best part of 17 years, during which time she’s been arrested and taken to court over my actions against Trident submarines – the UK’s nuclear bomb delivery service. http://nuclearhotseat.com

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MILLION A WEEK CLUB – YRTW 2019.1 – YOUR CUMULATIVE RADIATION

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