Two official reports have raised questions about the rising cost of the first new nuclear plant in a generation, if EDF finally agrees to build it
'It’s probably all over bar the shouting. How can EDF invest billions when there is so much uncertainty?'
'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?
Controversial power station is a key part of the Government's plan to 'make sure the lights stay on'
US has warned that China's 'massive land reclamation projects in the South China Sea and increasing militarization of these outposts fuels regional tension and raise serious questions about China's intentions'
The UK is shipping 700kg of enriched uranium to the United States, while American nuclear material will be used in the treatment of cancer patients across Europe
As Hinkley Point hangs in balance, strategic plan acknowledges security risks
The Big Question: An EDF executive has resigned over concerns the project could bring the company to financial meltdown
For the first time a court will investigate the failure of the Tokyo Electric Power Co to prevent the world’s worst nuclear accident since the Chernobyl disaster
Project is supposed to provide 7 per cent of Britain’s electricity by 2025
The temperatures were roughly equal to a 'mid-sized thermo-nuclear explosion'
Sources in France say decision on whether to give the green light to controversial project would be made on Wednesday
The Chinese state is playing a key role in the UK's nuclear power ambitions, too
Mayor of London said the estimated £18bn cost of Britain’s first nuclear power station in two decades was an 'extraordinary amount of money'
Last year, non-economic regulators were handed guidance entitled “Duty to have regard to growth” by the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills