United Kingdom: From Somerset to Sellafield: it’s a thumbs-down to storing nuclear waste

Telegraph: Lecture titles do not normally stick in the mind, but one has stayed with me for more than 30 years. The lion of nuclear fission has been tamed,' it ran. "It remains to clear up what he leaves in his cage.' A generation has passed since the talk was delivered -- by Ned Franklin, perhaps the best atomic industry chief of the day -- and the nuclear-waste mess is still festering. Indeed, after this week, there is little chance of it being cleaned up in the foreseeable future, causing it to threaten......

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