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Anti-Nuclear Protest Featured Print

Anti-Nuclear Protest

7TH APRIL: On this day in 1958 the anti nuclear protesters arrived at Aldermaston after marching from London. CND marchers arriving at Aldermaston from London at the end of the first anti-nuclear march. * 17/02/1998 The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament celebrates its fortieth anniversary

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Music - Cavern Club Barricade - Liverpool Featured Print

Music - Cavern Club Barricade - Liverpool

Teenagers use tables and chairs to barricade themselves in The Cavern, Liverpool, after a receiving order had been made against the owner. Many of the youngsters had been in the club since Sunday afternoon and said they were not going to leave until they were carried out. The receiving order for 1, 500 was made by Registrar J Tegid Jones in Liverpool County Court. Ray McFall, 38, said: "I am now no longer the owner of the Cavern - they have taken over all my effects and my office."

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Sellafield Grenn Party Protest Featured Print

Sellafield Grenn Party Protest

Sunrise over BNFL's nuclear reprocessing plant at Sellafield, Cumbria, where Green Party representatives for Dublin South East, joined protestors to campaign against the opening of the new mixed oxide (MOX) plant at the site. * The demonstration comes after the Irish government and environmental groups took legal action to try and stop the new venture from going ahead. 21/10/02: Ireland was taking the British government to a tribunal in The Hague in a bid to gain access to information on Sellafield's MOX plant. The controversial mixed oxide (MOX) plant, owned by British Nuclear Fuels Limited, will recycle used uranium and plutonium to produce MOX fuel for power stations. The project was given the go-ahead in October 2001 despite protests from the Irish government, Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, and CORE - Cumbrians Opposed to a Radioactive Environment. Irish protesters fear emissions from the Cumbrian plant will have a dire effect on their country and believe the plant would increase the threat of terrorism. *100603*Sunrise over the MOX (Mixed Oxide) reprocessing plant at Sellafield, which the Irish Republic is launching a fesh bid to close down at The Hague latetr Tuesday June 10, 2003. Environment minister Martin Cullen has said that taking the UK to the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea amid concerns that radioactive discharge from the Cumbrian site is polluting the Irish Sea, is one of the most significant cases the Irish Republic has ever taken.

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