The Great Debate UK
Here’s a novelty — an awkward process that this British government has actually got right. Labour has played a fine game of grandmother’s footsteps in its realization of the inevitability of new nuclear power stations, and this week has clinched the sale of two sites for them.
The auction process, pioneered by Labour with the sale of radio spectrum for mobile phones, has once again raised much more than most observers expected.
Germany’s RWE and Eon are now the proud owners of land at Wylfa (on Anglesey, an island off a remote corner of Wales) and Oldbury (Gloucester, England).