EDF admits nuclear talks have gone 'critical'

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Internal memo admits long-running negotiations with the government are proving 'very challenging' as reports suggest job cuts are under way

The long-running negotiations between the government and EDF over its plans to build a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point have reached a "critical" stage, raising fresh questions over the viability...

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