Fresh questions over Hinkley Point as Chinese backers emerge

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Fresh questions over Hinkley Point as Chinese backers emerge

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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