Cameron revives £30bn Severn Barrage plans

James S Murray
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The Prime Minister has instructed officials to again assess the feasibility of plans for a giant tidal barrage in the Severn Estuary

Long-standing plans to build a giant tidal energy array in the Severn Estuary have received a major boost after it emerged that Prime Minister David Cameron has ordered officials to take a closer look...

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