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Japan to cut reliance on nuclear but still wants to export it to Britain.
Join Us in Keswick – on Tuesday 31st May 2-4 outside the Skiddaw Hotel
Lets Expose the Sham CONsultation
Ruskin, Beatrix Potter and Wordsworth are Lake District icons. Not one of these icons would have separated the West Coast of Cumbria from the Lake District as we have been taught to do in the nuclear age. Why? The Lake District spread across the boundaries of three counties: Cumberland, Westmorland and Lancashire. The Lake District National Park is an artificial construct which does itself or us no favours in its readiness to publicly disown West Cumbria rather than publicly oppose the diabolic nuclear developments in the Lake Counties. This is what they said in 2012 about the plan for a geological dump for heat generating nuclear waste …..”It remains a concern that significant media interest highlights the potential location of the geological disposal facility in the ‘Lake District’ rather than ‘West Cumbria.”
The Lake District…
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