AREVA, China, cost of nuclear energy, cost of nuclear waste, dangers of nuclear, DECC, EDF, environment, EPR, Finland, Flamanville, France, Fukushima, Hinkley Point, MP Flynn, nuclear energy, Nuclear Power Stations, Nuclear PR machine, nuclear reactor pressure vessel flaws, nuclear waste, renewables, Saudi Arabia, Sellafield, Severn, UK, valve defects, war with France
French State owned EDF owns most of the UK’s Nuclear Power Stations and proposes a new one at Hinkley Point. Thus, does Britain’s historic (often) enemy, France, own its nuclear reactors. The former head of the DECC, Ed Davey’s brother works for a law firm, which has represented EDF. What’s ailing the new head of the DECC remains unknown.
HOUSE OF COMMONS OFFICIAL REPORT PARLIAMENTARY DEBATES (HANSARD) Wednesday 17 June 2015 Volume 597 No. 18
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A Tidal Bore in Morecambe Bay, UK
“A tidal bore, often simply given as bore in context,is a tidal phenomenon in which the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave (or waves) of water that travels up a river or narrow bay against the direction of the river or bay’s current.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tidal_bore
Photo Credits: Tidal Bore
Attribution: Arnold Price
Source From geograph.org.uk
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House of Commons Painting:
William Pitt the Younger addressing the Commons on the outbreak of the war with France (1793)by Anton Hickel