Nuclear inspector accused of complacency after reactors get all-clear

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Weightman denies being under political pressure after reporting that no curbs on operations of atomic plants are needed

An enormous row broke out on Wednesday after the chief nuclear safety inspector gave Britain's reactor fleet the all-clear and made modest "recommendations" to be incorporated in the planned new plant...

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