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Miliband's Entente Formidable and the Nuclear Rollout

category international | consumer issues | other press author Monday November 09, 2009 09:43author by UD Report this post to the editors

Whilst BCN talks climate the Brits do the do with Sarkozy.

Last week a consortium of three companies bought a Sellafield site with a view to a 2016 expansion of
UK nuclear energy provision, this emanates from the *Entente Formidable* fiscal deal between the Heir
to Slitherin' Gordon Brown (pal of Alistair Campbell , currently being investigated for Provence parties
and expenses and best matey of Toxic Blair, who really had to go and is not getting Europe BTW) and
the Gallic Shrimp Premier Sarkozy.

Heres the Contract site which the Irish Times did not make mention of during the sale period :

[] http://www.contractjournal.com/Articles/2009/10/28/7308....html
More nuclear
More nuclear

This morning Guardianeco who have been Tweeting from BCN have been Tweeting on
Ed Miliband's Nuclear rollout: [] http://twitter.com/guardianeco

[]: http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2009/nov/09/nucle...iband

We have Minister Gormley in the hotseat and sure he hasn't said a word, not a peep.

The man who can and made his name wearing gasmasks has gone stump on Tara, On Sellafield and on NAMA
(no surprises there with the Greens "it's all about the economy stupid" and ensuring the lightbulbs and do-doo
leadership.

I am publishing here some British coverage of the sale of Sellafield whilst RTE/irish Times ignore the significance
of Bilateralism beyond the Norn iron question:

[] http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/energy/....html

[] http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/7733487.stm

[] Alistair's War : http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/celebritytravel/50426....html

author by UDpublication date Mon Nov 09, 2009 10:01author address author phone Report this post to the editors

These are the Irish Times Archives for Sellafield, in Ms Kennedy's world the 2016 expansion does not exist :

[] http://www.irishtimes.com/search/index.html?rm=listresu...ault=

this is the Ed Miliband Archive (nothing there on the Miliband rollout):

[] http://www.irishtimes.com/search/index.html?rm=listresu...ault=

The Irish Times has become quite selective with information regarding our relationship to Britain at an eco level,
as well as incapable of facing Gormley with the hard questions, though we all know Ryan is increasingly smitten
with nuclear.

[] http://www.contractjournal.com/Articles/2009/10/28/7308....html

author by udpublication date Tue Nov 10, 2009 11:39author address author phone Report this post to the editors

Interesting that the Irish Times has *finally* gotten round to publishing the issue of
lots of Frenchy Nuclear reactors dotting the British Coastline with Sellafield the Keystone
of it all.

As published above the Contract was negotiated on the 28/10/09, if one looks in
the IT archive under Sellafield the first thing that shows up is a report about weird
lights in the sea... it's almost as if they are feeding stupidity and insularity by refusing
to fecking actually realise that we are part of a globe and the bilateral between the
ex-hungarian French Prez (his wife gave up her Italian Citizenship btw) and the
remant of Blair *has* got repurcussions for us ecologically and in terms of food
safety etcetera.

Don't expect Ryan or Gormley to comment either.

(Back to Sarkozy, he's been dining with Merckel and they tend to agree that Blair
is not the man for the EU job, given that they want a centre-right candidate. Miliband
isn't interested in the job either (David). I am beginning to detest the Miliband name:

http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/world/2009/1110/122....html )

 
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