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Anti-nuclear protesters blockaded all four lanes of the A302 outside EDF headquarters in Grosvenor Place, London, during Tuesday (11th) morning’s rush hour, declaring it a “nuclear disaster area”.

Despite the greenwash advertising, campaign group Boycott EDF say the energy giant is pushing for a “nuclear renaissance” which could see no less than ten new nuclear reactors built in the UK. Activists used 14ft tripods to block the road, which runs alongside the gardens of Buckingham Palace. On can only hope Liz and Phil got an eyeful as they ate their cornflakes...

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