The world considers its nuclear options

Just when the two governments are more or less singing from the same hymn sheet on the North, Ireland and Britain are on the brink of the mother and father of all rows.

7th January, 2006

Just when the two governments are more or less singing from the same hymn sheet on the North, Ireland and Britain are on the brink of the mother and father of all rows. The issue is nuclear power, Sellafield and the likelihood that Tony Blair is going to signal huge investment in Britain's nuclear power programme for the first time since the 1960s.

According to one of the most senior British diplomats in Dublin, the...

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