So the UK government absolutely, positively will not subsidise the construction of new nuclear reactors in any shape or form.
According to announcements yesterday, those companies that want to build a nice, shiny new reactor will have to set up "secure financial provision" to cover the cost of decommissioning and waste disposal.
This is exactly how it should be of course, and proved enough, along with the promise of a ministerial car, to get the Lib Dems to drop their life-long aversion to all things uranium-related.
The Sceptic Tank is understandably delighted that the taxpayer will not be burdened in any way and can only assume that if the Lake District does one day join the Three Mile Island club and those famous views achieve an interesting new glow, then the government will of course stand by its principles and not spend a penny on the clean-up.
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