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Architect's drawing of proposed new mine

A new deep coal mine deep under the sea? Next to Sellafield? Really?

Sam Moisha
| 5th February 2018
The first deep coal mine in Britain for thirty years is being proposed at Whitehaven, with the promise of new jobs in an old mining community. But the site is within five miles of Sellafield. Activists are concerned both about the definite contribution to climate change, as well as the potential threat of a nuclear accident. SAM MOISHA sets out their concerns

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Blackout Britain

Mark Townsend
| 1st June 2004
Within two years, Britain could be facing a series of blackouts and the ignomony of importing the resource it once considered so plentiful from a host of politically unstable countries.

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