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Endangered Wast Water or Wastwater is a lake located in Wasdale, a valley in the western part of the Lake District National Park, England. The lake is almost 3 miles long (4.6 km) and more than a third of a mile (600 m) wide. It is the deepest lake in England at 258 feet (79 m), and is owned by the National Trust. It is one of the finest examples of a glacially ‘over-deepened’ valley. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wast_Water
Anti-nuclear protestors slam plans for Moorcide. Westmorland Gazette
May 8 2014
Article in Today’s Westmorland Gazette, not online so here it is…..No mention that the NDA/government is signing agreements with the same criminally irresponsible companies who designed and ran Fukushima.
Anti-nuclear protestors slam plans for new power station
Westmorland Gazette Thursday May 8th 2014
Protestors have slammed plans for a brand new nuclear power station in Cumbria, saying it will damage the environment and cause a water shortage for nearby residents.
Radiation Free Lakeland members plan to hold demonstrations and organise ‘camps’ to protest against a potential new station at Moorside, Sellafield, which took a step forward last week.
“It will be bigger than Sellafield and will be burning uranium harder and longer, making the spent fuel even hotter.” said Marianne Birkby spokeswoman for the Cumbrian action group. “It will need to be cooled for decades longer, with fresh…
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