Nuclear fusion power - made in Chelsea

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Former star of E4 show embarks on new venture in nuclear physics

The Sceptic Tank loves to hear about actors, presenters, and other public figures who use their high profiles to push for action on climate change. Take Leonardo DiCaprio, who, as the latest box fresh...

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