Fresh questions over Hinkley Point as Chinese backers emerge

James Murray
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Reports suggest second Chinese company to invest in controversial nuclear project, as UN ruling sparks further questions over potential impact on European neighbours

The long-running saga surrounding the planned Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant has taken a further twist today, as reports suggested additional Chinese investors could back the project and it emerged...

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