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Anti-Hinkley campaigners in EDF Energy “nuclear bulls**t" protest in Bridgwater, Somerset

From South West Against Nuclear: (Posted 22 October 2013)

EDF “nuclear bulls**t” protest

People protesting about public subsidies for a new Hinkley Point nuclear power station today dumped a pile of animal manure at an EDF shop in Bridgwater in Somerset. A banner was hung above the shop which read “No More Bullsxxt – EDF take our £££ and dump waste on us!”

Hold The Hard Line, Treasury.

This Tuesday, 2nd April 2013, london anti-nuke types will demonstrate at the Treasury from 08.30 till 09.30 in solidarity with the Treasury and its hard line in the negotiations with EDF over the nuclear electricity strike price. The text of their flyer to Treasury workers follows.

Hold The Hard Line, Treasury.

We stand here today in solidarity with the hard-pressed Treasury and its
hard line in the negotiations with E.D.F. over subsidies and the strike price
for nuclear-powered electricity. Only the level-headed realism of the

Kick Nuclear Activists Invite DECC Staff To Boycott EDF.

This morning activists from Kick Nuclear distributed Boycott EDF postcards and the Spring edition of Fukushima Update to staff at DECC [ Department of Energy & Climate Change ] as they went into work.

Veteran activist Martyn Lowe commented: ‘ It was really encouraging to see just how many DECC staff took the items and read them. It is to be hoped that they now act upon this information’

An announcement about the future of the UK nuclear industry is expected within the next 24 hours.

Reclaim Hinkley - London solidarity protest at DECC

A demo in solidarity with the Reclaim Hinkley mass action will be held outside the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC), 3 Whitehall Place, London, SW1A 2AW, on Monday 8th October 2012, from 12noon to 2pm.

More info about the Reclaim Hinkley action:
Contact: kicknuclear [at]

Event Date and Time: 
Mon, 08/10/2012 - 12:00pm - 2:00pm

Nuclear power set to kill off renewable energy

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Photos from London anti-nuclear actions and events

Here are some links to photos of anti-nuclear actions and events that took place in London in June 2012:

Nuclear Industry Forum demo, 19 June 2012:

Anti-nuclear protest in front of EDF-sponsored London Eye, 19 June 2012:

Japanese anti-nuclear Peace Boat event in Greenwich, 21 June 2012: