Rt Hon Lord Lilley

     

    Oral Parliamentary Question (OPQ)
    01.07.2010
    512 c979
    Lilley, Peter
    Nuclear Power
    Will my right hon. Friend reassure the House that he will not be put off building nuclear power stations by exaggerated fears of the dangers of disposing of nuclear waste in one or two sites, especially as those who promote those fears seem to have no doubts about the problems of sequestering CO2 from carbon storage and capture in thousands of sites for thousands of years?
    Department of Energy and Climate Change
    Huhne, Chris



    My right hon. Friend makes a very good point about the importance of continuing the Government’s efforts to deal with the legacy of nuclear waste and decommissioning as a reassurance to those involved in new nuclear build that the problem will be dealt with properly. The Government have that very much in hand.
    House of Commons (HoC)
    Commons Chamber
    Answered
    10-11
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