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Nuclear Energy

Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with John Hutton that the Government should go further than the 23 existing nuclear reactors, the Prime Minister’s Spokesman (PMS) told the assembled press that John Hutton spoke on behalf of the Government, so the Prime Minister did agree.

Asked how much further, the PMS said that these were commercial decisions that would have to be taken on the basis of what represents best value for money. Asked if the Prime Minister agreed with Mr Hutton when he said we should go significantly further, the PMS reiterated that Mr Hutton spoke for the Government.

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