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“there is a revolving door between the government body tasked with “facilitating geological disposal” [of nuclear waste] and West Cumbria Mining,” reports Keep Cumbrian Coal in the Hole.
Many thanks to Real Media for posting a guest blog – the background story and info about the coal mine fiasco that you won’t see in the main stream media. There is an updated version below…
NIGHTMARE COAL MINE NEAR SELLAFIELD?
WHAT CAN WE DO ?
Like one of those nasty nightmares that pulls the dreamer to an inevitable conclusion it is shocking that on March 19th in Kendal, Cumbria County Council approved the plan for the first deep coal mine in the UK in decades. Nevertheless it is rather suspicious that the Committee voted unanimously to give the green light to the diabolic plan. But then, there were no background noises of dissent in the years ahead of the planning decision that might have made the Committee think twice. Quite the opposite. There was almost universal silence from the national media.
Protest staged by Keep Cumbrian Coal in…
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