I forgot to mention this last week, but the Blair government’s decision that Nukes Rule has been dealt a grievous blow by the UK courts:

A judge ruled Thursday that the government’s consultation process before making the decision was "seriously flawed" as well as "procedurally unfair", and granted Greenpeace an order quashing the decision because if was "unlawful".

If nukes are as great as proponents say, why are there charges of corruption and shenanigans every time government and the nuclear industry so much as glance each other’s way?

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