MPs: UK needs trusted body to outline true nuclear risks

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Science and Technology Committee warn government is not an impartial source of information on new energy projects

MPs will today call on independent bodies such as the Environment Agency and Office for Nuclear Regulation to bolster efforts to explain the risk of building new energy plants, warning that many people...

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