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What the papers say - THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY

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Britain will not have learned any lessons from the tsunami disaster if the government continues to drag its feet on nuclear waste storage, Shell chairman Lord Oxburgh warned this week. Britain needs to act now to deal with 10,000m 3 of high level waste and 250,000m 3 of intermediate waste stockpiled around the country, he said.

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