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The House of Lords

The House of Lords has lashed out at Government's 'slow progress and lack of urgency' on radioactive waste management, particularly as '9/11 events raise questions of vulnerability of existing storage'. The Science & Technology select committee said there is 'overwhelming scientific consensus for underground long term storage or disposal' but that government has instructed the new Committee on Radioactive Waste Management to start from scratch examining all the options.

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