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Hinkley Point C Explained: UK’s Attachment to Nuclear Submarines Drives Bias Towards Nuclear Power

Why is the UK government so committed to building new nuclear power stations, despite the high costs and many attractive alternatives? Research published by the Science Policy Research Unit at the University of Sussex shows that it is the Government’s attachment to nuclear submarines which is an important factor in the pro-nuclear bias in UK energy policy.
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