terrorist attack

"Attention commuters! The next train to arrive will be a nuclear waste train"

Posted by bex — 26 July 2006 at 7:00am - Comments
Greenpeace activists warn commuters about a nuclear waste train passing through Kensington Olympia

Greenpeace activists warn commuters about a nuclear waste train passing through Kensington Olympia

End of the line for nuclear transports

Megaphone mania has hit stations around London as Greenpeace activists took to giant megaphones to alert commuters to the hidden hazard in their midst: terror targets on wheels.

Greenpeace bid to stop nuclear waste in London

Last edited 19 May 2006 at 7:00am
19 May, 2006

Trains carrying dangerous radioactive waste are passing through London on a weekly basis, and local Greenpeace volunteers will hit the streets on Saturday, 20 May to ask Londoners to help stop these hazardous transports.

Sizewell B - terrorism and risks

Last edited 13 February 2004 at 8:00am
Publication date: 
21 March, 2007

Publication date: February 2004

Summary
On 13th January 2003, Greenpeace volunteers gained access to the Sizewell nuclear power plant complex - for the second time in six months. Their aim was to expose the failings of nuclear security around the site (and spent nuclear fuel stores) and to highlight the risk of terrorist attack.

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The potential for terrorist strikes on nuclear facilities

Last edited 13 January 2003 at 8:00am
Publication date: 
21 March, 2007

Publication date: January 2003

Summary

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