Cabinet minister describes the project as 'eye-wateringly' expensive, according to FT
Hopes remain that the high profile Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon project can still get the go-ahead, despite reports in the Financial Times that a Cabinet Minister described the scheme as "eye-wateringly expensive"....
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