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'Nuclear power links to 'sham' energy review':


Key consultants working on the government's controversial energy review, which recommended a new generation of nuclear power stations, have strong links to the nuclear industry, The Observer can reveal.


Critics claim objections to nuclear energy were ignored or misrepresented in AEA Technology's report. However, The Observer can reveal that the report found nuclear power got by far the lowest support of 15 energy options. The revelations will add to widespread criticism that the review, published last month, was a 'sham', designed to push through nuclear energy because it was favoured by the Prime Minister.

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Guest Alright Jack

As well as being the favoured option of the to$$er in No 11 Downing street. But of course, this favouritism has nothing to do with the fact Gordon's brother is high up in a Nuclear Energy company.............................. :ph34r:

I think, whether or not there is prostitution involved (probably is, that is what politics basically is after all) I suspect the reason nuclear has been given the green light is because it is the only thing that stands any hope of making a smidgen of a difference in the grim days of energy famine to come.

I'd like to see what all these other so called 'options' were. Probably the usual hallucinated 'magic bullet' type solutions like ethanol or hydrogen.

Maybe, Gs brother is in the nuclear industry because he knows a good prospect when he sees one!

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