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New Report On Sellafield,


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Buildings containing nuclear waste have been condemned and not fit for purpose, and pose a threat to the public and the enviroment in a new report issued today as featured on the main BBC news. Is there not a proposal to build a new nuclear power station on this site only 40 miles from our shores. Can we have some dialogue or even protests from Tynwald regarding this potential time bomb.

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Aside from the continuing radioactive leaks over many years into the sea, I understand that Sellafield get paid to receive other countries nuclear waste. Because there is is still no safe way of disposing of it, they bury it in huge glass vats under the Irish Sea.

 

I'm no specialist but doesn't this sound like madness: with a half life of any thousand years, it HAS to leak at some point? Sellafield, in my mind, needs to be taken out of service asap.

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I always remember when Pam Crowe MHK went over to Sellafield. They put a white coat and hat on her, gave her a tour round the site and she said everything was fine.

 

Officially the policy of the IOM government is to oppose development at Sellafield but I don't think the UK takes any notice of that.

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Anyone worth their salt on this island will take a little iodine daily and detox regularly to offset the guaranteed above average exposure to the shite from Sellafield that gets into the air, water table and food chain.

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