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
Beijing says Japan should ‘exercise caution in its own words and deeds, and stop hyping up and interfering’ in a dispute some fear could lead to war
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
The British government would face huge embarrassment if Hinkley Point, intended as the first of three new mega power stations, was abandoned or postponed
As Hinkley Point hangs in balance, strategic plan acknowledges security risks
Nature has been quick to reclaim the area's abandoned infrastructure, stray shoes and family photos still fixed to bedroom walls show the speed with which families were evacuated
Nanotechnology is so small it's measured in billionths of metres, and it is revolutionising every aspect of our lives
Nuclear power may well be a central component of our future energy needs – but not at any cost
The temperatures were roughly equal to a 'mid-sized thermo-nuclear explosion'
Their reward will be £25,000 each in prize money
For a man with a laminated manner and reasonably secure posh accent, Parkinson came from the plainest of northern working class backgrounds