- Government's nuclear policy 'lacking credibility', according to House of Lords
British hopes of seeing a raft of shiny new nuclear power stations coming online by 2025 have suffered another blow after peers denounced the government’s plans as ‘simply lacking credibility’.
The coalition has become ‘complacent’, with an ‘absence of leadership and strategic thinking’ over the programme, the House of Lords science and technology select committee has found.
In a forthright report, it said low spending on research and development into the technology risks putting Britain’s future nuclear aspirations in jeopardy.
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