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UK Commits to Nuclear New Build: A Critical Decision for the Future of Nuclear

More than a decade since then Prime Minister Tony Blair launched a review into UK energy policy, a positive decision has been taken to approve the construction of the first new nuclear station in the UK in a generation, Hinkley Poin...
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