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What the papers say - FINANCIAL TIMES


City financiers said they would be reluctant to fund a rebuild programme for nuclear power stations unless substantial public sector support was given and the image of the industry improved.

Bankers said they also wanted higher taxes on other energy sources such as coal and gas.

Marine aggregate producers want government approval to open up 1,000km 2of the English Channel for dredging to tackle a serious lack of good quality sand and gravel within easy reach of increasing numbers of construction projects in the South East.

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