Nuclear fears over plans to scrap old submarines

Andrew Picken
March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p16
REDUNDANT nuclear submarines are to be scrapped at a Scots shipyard - despite a row over what to do with the deadly radioactive waste.


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