Labor warns of possible commercial sabotage over nuclear waste
The UK government has warned about possible industrial sabotage over potentially radioactive waste stored at a nuclear weapons research centre as part of plans to be built at a new facility near Cumbria.
The MoD said it has learned the UK Government intends to build the first of the four new £10bn supercritical nuclear reactor centres at the site in nea경주안마 경주출장샵rby Cumbria, in order to generate electricity from waste heat.
However, it has warned the site should not be used as a source of nuclear waste because of concerns it could be used for commercial purposes.
However, Mr Blair, the former Labour prime minister who has since passed on the reins to his successor David Cameron, said he did not feel any rush.
‘I do not feel any rush’ – Mr Cameron
Speaking to the Guardian earlier today, Mr Cameron said it was his job to make sure the new nuclear research centre would not cause any damage to the environment or the lives of the people in Cumbria.
He said he had asked his cabinet colleagues to work on what could be done “for the good of the local community”.
“In terms of the planning processes that have been taken, I have had very good support from people who are involved in planning processes. So I do not feel any rush in that.더킹 카지노
“We’re not going to rush the project and if there are issues we will put them behind us and work to sort out the issues that need to be dealt with.”
Mr Cameron said Cumbria’s future was not solely dependent on nuclear power but on a “new set of principles” that were “firmly anchored in environmental and economic thinking”.
Asked whether the new facilities meant it was “highly likely” a nuclear waste source could be built here, he replied: “That is not a certainty.”
Analysis – David Wil카지노 게임lis, Environment Correspondent
The proposed Cumbria nuclear power project would allow the UK government to move on from the controversial plans to build a high level research reactor at a nearby nuclear power station.
The controversial plans to store nuclear waste in a secret nuclear weapons research centre for 50 years has been widely criticized for raising concerns about the health and safety of nuclear workers, and even its own scientists, whose work may be affected by the radioactive waste.
But for the nuclear industry, the Cumbria centre is just one of many sites across the country, across the world where they store nuclear waste under cover of secrecy