Thorp plant to close in 2018
Last updated at 09:56, Monday, 11 June 2012
SELLAFIELD’s Thorp plant will stop reprocessing oxide fuel in six years’ time, it was confirmed by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority on Wednesday.
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"observer" i agree with your point of view, the tripe remark is aimed at the long winded drivel you've written between it.
Polite reply to 'Kenny Tang' : Mr. T., yes, I've heard of tripe, however, I am not as familiar with it as obviously you are. If you paused, reflected and gave a modicum of thought to what is going on behind the scenes, you would be able to see past the steady drip, drip of your self imposed brain washing programme. Thanks to people like your goodly self, more's the pity, the local incumbants of the majority of the council will be re-elected and continue with their ever downward spiral. Still, I hope you enjoy your pint and pie after the whippet racing and keep the fire stoked up with another lump of coal. Do you prefer garlic or plain mud with your tripe?
Sounds like a lot of envious people regailing in other peoples misfortune to me! Whether or not they get well paid...it is still more job cuts in this country...nothing to get all excited and smug about!!!P.s. No...I do not and never have done work on Thorp