'Dream reactor' needs costly upgrades to meet post-Fukushima standards, but officials say it's not worth it
Experts fear 'Fukushima-style' disaster as terrorists use new technology to attempt attacks
This is the second time Iran has surpassed its set threshold for heavy water, a material used as a moderator in nuclear reactors
Thirty eight countries voted against the resolution including five of the world's nine nuclear powers
Whitehall sources say the decision could come as early as tomorrow
The Energy & Climate Intellligence Unit says Britain could save £1bn annually by opting for alternatives such as renewables
State media says the move 'could stain [Britain's] credibility as an open economy'
Even if China were not involved, there would still be plenty of reasons for worrying about whether the Hinkley Point project was worth the risk
Board votes by 10 to 7 in favour of proceeding with the UK's first new power station in twenty years. But UK government holds back from approving deal
The Big Questions: The reasons behind the opposition to the £18bn Somerset power station
Gerard Magnin thinks the project is too risky so he quit. Britons may yet rue his inability to bring colleagues around to his way of thinking
The station is expected to generate seven per cent of the UK's energy over the next 60 years
'Not all the challenges faced in dealing with the thousands of tonnes of waste the nuclear industry has left in its wake right across the country will be so easy to solve,' environmental campaigner says
Will the UK need new nuclear power in 2025?
Electricity from planned nuclear plant 'could all end up being exported to countries with fewer renewables, like France, at a price massively subsidised by Britain’s hard-working bill payers'
'We know they don't really have a grip on the terrorist situation in Belgium,' a Green Party MEP has said