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Dounreay nuclear plant

Latest nail in the coffin for Scotland's troubled Dounreay nuclear plant is this week's damming Health & Safety Executive report on management control and safety mechanisms, which it claims are 'short term or absent'. The plant is earmarked for closure in 2006 and all fuel reprocessing is currently on

hold pending further safety audits.

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