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Strong community protest against planned Sizewell C nuclear plant for Suffolk

Sizewell C: Hundreds march against nuclear power plant after Government
decision delay. About 200 people turned up to protest against plans for a
£20bn nuclear plant on the east coast of England. A final decision on
Sizewell C in Suffolk has been delayed until July after the government said
it needed more time to look at new information.

Protesters marched to Sizewell beach, saying the delay was a “recognition of the project’s
problems”. A Sizewell C spokeswoman said the delay was “understandable
given the breadth of information after consultation”. Protesters from Stop
Sizewell C and Together Against Sizewell C, carried banners reading “chaos
coast coming soon”, “EDF-off” and “we don’t want to be beside the C”.
Alison Downes of Stop Sizewell C, said: “A decision to go ahead with
Sizewell C would be a wrong decision. “

EDF has clearly not taken this
community with them, and the government has totally betrayed the faith of
local people in due process by repeated commitments to Sizewell C when it
doesn’t have planning consent, let alone a final investment decision.”
Green Party co-leader Adrian Ramsay, who was at the rally, said:
“Renewably-generated electricity is now far, far cheaper and will deliver
far more sustainable jobs for Suffolk people and its independent businesses
than this expensive white elephant.”

 BBC 15th May 2022

 Independent 15th May 2022

 Evening Standard 15th May 2022

May 17, 2022 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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