Friday, 19 March 2010

Nuclear protest planned on Anglesey

From Daily Post, March 19, 2010:

ANTI-nuclear demonstrators will protest against the proposal to build a Wylfa B on Anglesey.

People Against Wylfa B (PAWB) will demonstrate at the Menai Suspension Bridge between 8am and 9am on March 31.

Spokesman Dylan Morgan said: “As the British General Election draws closer, it is important that politicians are not deluded by economic arguments for building new nuclear power stations.

“The problems associated with nuclear power are far too numerous and serious for any government to decide to give substantial financial assistance to the companies who wish to build new nuclear power stations. There is great uncertainty surrounding the two reactor designs being considered by the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate.”

Anglesey is a front runner for a new generation of nuclear build. The Government will chose the selected sites once it completes its Strategic Site Assessment.

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