Nuclear News | September 21, 2017

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UK Plans Domestic Nuclear Safeguards Regime

As part of preparations for its exit from the European Union, the UK is establishing a domestic nuclear safeguards regime to ensure that it “continues to maintain its position as a responsible nuclear state and that withdrawal from Euratom will not result in the weakening of its future safeguards standards and oversight in the UK”, Greg Clark, the UK secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, announced yesterday.
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