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WHAT THE PAPERS SAY: THE INDEPENDENT

NEWS STAND

Companies could be wasting £200bn worth of talent, according to two reports out this week. The NOP poll claims that 40% of workers are frustrated by a lack of opportunities.

Sand extraction around the west Cornwall seaside village of Hayle was stopped last week until a study into knock-on environmental effects has been completed.

The government's chief scientific adviser last week confirmed that a nuclear fusion power plant could be built within 25 years following EU backing for the £2.45bn project.

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