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Nuclear plants are never safe: Shut them all down

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Sadie Robinson: Japan in crisis: Nuclear plants are never safe: Shut them all down

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Japan is facing nuclear ­meltdown. Explosions at its Fukushima nuclear plant, after an earthquake and tsunami, have released dangerous levels of radiation into the atmosphere—and the situation is rapidly getting worse.

 

Cameron ‘relaxed’ nuclear safety checks

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The British and Japanese governments are making nuclear power more unsafe.

 

Who says?

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The week in quotes...

 

Japan devastated as rich panic over markets

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Japan lies devastated by a massive earthquake and tsunami that have killed thousands of people, swept away entire cities and threatened nuclear catastrophe.

 

Nuclear crisis: An industry based on lies, deceit and cover-ups

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Nuclear safety breaches aren’t only caused by earthquakes. Nuclear power is dangerous—but bosses cover up safety fears and cut corners because they are only interested in profit.

 

MOX: The most dangerous fuel

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MOX is a nuclear fuel made from a mixture of plutonium and uranium oxides by reprocessing nuclear waste.

 

Meltdown risk: ‘There are many reactors in the area, many Chernobyls’

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A former nuclear power plant designer says Japan’s government is increasing the possibility of nuclear meltdown—and suppressing information about the scale of the crisis.

 

Fukushima – a history of nuclear failure

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The first reactor at Fukushima began commercial operation in March 1971. Just four years later, corrosion cracks showed up on the reactor.

 

How reactors can meltdown

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Reactors convert the energy stored in nuclear fuel rods into electricity. This process generates intense heat.

 

Tim Sanders: Cartoon: Tim's view

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Fukushima nuclear plant

 

Editorial: Profit makes the world a dangerous place

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Every plan to build a nuclear plant in every country across the world should be stopped—now. And all existing plants should be shut down. That’s the message we should take from the horrific events in Japan.

 

Editorial: We have no other choice: workers must fight these attacks

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The Tories are going on the offensive—and we have to fight back. That’s why hundreds of thousands of people from all over the country will descend on London for the TUC’s historic demonstration against the cuts on Saturday 26 March.

 

Tory council votes to evict Travellers

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Tory-run Basildon District Council is pushing through the eviction of Travellers at the Dale Farm site.

 

US: workers fight on in Wisconsin

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Over 150,000 workers and students surrounded the Capitol building in Wisconsin in the US last Saturday.

 

Gigi Ibrahim: Egypt: women in the revolution

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Discrimination against women and sexual harassment has been entrenched in mainstream Egyptian culture. It’s treated as a joke. Everywhere we go we face verbal harassment.

 

Ken Olende: The bloody history of Nato's intervention in the Balkans

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Many people who are horrified by what Western intervention has done in Iraq or Afghanistan still see no alternative to supporting a no-fly zone over Libya. Western governments encourage this—and point to the “successful” humanitarian intervention in Yugoslavia to back up their case.

 

Protest on 26 March: A day to change Britain

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Thousands will descend on London next Saturday–be there!

 

Joseph Choonara: Revolution? In Britain?

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Joseph Choonara asks whether anything like the revolutionary wave sweeping the Middle East and North Africa could ever happen here.

 

Siân Ruddick: ‘No-fly zone’ is no way to free Libya

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The battle for Libya has raised questions about how ordinary people can defeat heavily-armed regimes. The advances being made by forces loyal to the dictator Muammar Gaddafi can seem to some to justify Western calls to impose a no-fly zone.

 

Viv Smith: Bahrain: Protesters fight back as Saudi soldiers try to put down uprising

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Some 1,000 Peninsula Shield Force soldiers entered Bahrain from Saudi Arabia on Monday. The mainly Sunni troops were invited in by the US backed Bahraini monarchy—to smash the revolt taking place against the ruling Sunni royal family.

 

Ken Olende: Zimbabwe treason trialists released on bail

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A Zimbabwean judge yesterday released on bail the six socialists facing the death penalty for watching a video on the Middle East uprisings.

 

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