Government hints at further Chinese nuclear investment, as Labour turns up heat over Hinkley C

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Osborne quoted as saying Chinese support for Hinkley C project could pave way for Beijing-backed development of new Bradwell nuclear power plant.

The government's willingness to source Chinese investment to deliver on its long-standing plans to build a new fleet of nuclear reactors in the UK was underlined yesterday, as Chancellor George Osborne...

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