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Nuclear Fusion

Asked of the Prime Minister was surprised this morning by the announcement in Moscow of a nuclear fusion reactor was going to built in Paris, the PMOS said he was not aware the Prime Minister had been surprised. Put to him that the Prime Minister had been ambivalent about nuclear power and therefore a large project like this had gone to France along with 10,000 jobs, the PMOS said that ambivalence was not the same considering matters on the facts. The Prime Minister believed there should be a rational discussion of these matters and that was what we would have.

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  1. An economically viable fusion power plant – almost as likely and feasible as Tony`s ID scheme, and I notice we`re not having a rational discussion of that….

    Comment by Elizabeth — 30 Jun 2005 on 11:21 pm | Link
  2. How can you say we’re not having a rational discussion on ID cards? Doesn’t get much more rational than "we’re in charge so we’ll do what we want", if you ask me…

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 2 Jul 2005 on 10:22 am | Link

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