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Nuclear energy - its alright for some

17 January 2006

Chinese and Russian representatives say sanctions are not the answer following yesterday's meeting in London. Their position echoed Hans Blix who has said providing enriched uranium and allowing Iran to pursue nuclear energy would be a good 'carrot'.

Meanwhile Tony Blair was being remarkably unsuccessful in making the case for nuclear energy at home in Nottingham.

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