What Ed Davey Used to Say About Nuclear Power

Ed Davey has been cleaning up his website of any awkward things he might have said before he was Energy secretary. Like when he launched the LibDem energy policy in 2006, under the headline “Say No to Nuclear”:

“A new generation of nuclear power stations will cost taxpayers and consumers tens of billions of pounds.

In addition to posing safety and environmental risks, nuclear power will only be possible with vast taxpayer subsidies or a rigged market.

It is an issue that crops up in my postbag time and time again. People don’t want nuclear…”

Proof if you ever needed it that Davey is a LibDem.




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