Government spending £10m on post-Brexit domestic nuclear safeguarding

The government has spent £10m to date on creating a replacement to the EU’s nuclear regulatory body Euratom to ensure safety and compliance post-Brexit

by Catherine Early
What will replace Euratom after UK splits? Photograph: Joe Golby/123RF
What will replace Euratom after UK splits? Photograph: Joe Golby/123RF

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