Post-Euratom regime likely to rely on voluntary arrangements

The UK’s post-Euratom nuclear safety regime could be weaker and more patchy than at present, needing strong new ties with the EU watchdog and comprehensive domestic legislation

by Paul Hatchwell
Decommissioning of nuclear power plants could be delayed by uncertainties after the UK leaves Euratom. Photo: Paul Wordingham/CC BY 2.0
Decommissioning of nuclear power plants could be delayed by uncertainties after the UK leaves Euratom. Photo: Paul Wordingham/CC BY 2.0

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