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Hinkley Point C would be the UK's first new nuclear plant for decades, but has been beset with budget problems. An EDF review found the project could also be delayed by up to 15 months.
Climate campaigners said Hinkley Point was "already over time and over budget" only nine months since being approved. What is Hinkley Point and why is it important?
Work is under way on the plant in Somerset after Prime Minister Theresa May formally gave it the go-ahead in September last year. EDF said the extra costs partly resulted from adapting the project's design to meet the demands of UK regulators. The French state-controlled energy firm is funding two-thirds of the plant, which is expected to create more than 25, jobs, with China investing the rest.
A government spokeswoman said: John Sauven, executive director at Greenpeace UK, said: Last month, public auditors called the new nuclear plant "risky and expensive". The National Audit Office said the government had "increasingly emphasised Hinkley Point C's unquantified strategic benefits, but it has little control over these and no plan yet in place to realise them".
The project is earmarked by the Labour government as a potential site in a "nuclear renaissance" EDF finance director quits ahead of a final investment decision on the plant July: Theresa May delays the final decision on Hinkley shortly after becoming prime minister September:In a trenchant new book, The Decision to Drop the Atomic Bomb (Praeger, ), historianDennis D.
Wainstock concludes that the bombings were not onlyunnecessary, but were based on a vengeful policy that actuallyharmed American interests.
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