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Responding to the National Audit Office report into the government’s plans for Hinkley Point C power station, Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy said: “This is a deeply worrying report that highlights the lack of accountability and leadership in British nuclear policy. The UK has the most experienced nuclear workforce in the world but they are being let down by government.

Prospect members protesting against public sector pay restraint at the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton in September 2015
Prospect has warned the prime minister that the government’s pay policy is damaging the civil service and wider public sector.

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Prospect is balloting members to find out their views on the company's decision to freeze base pay for the Reward Framework in 2017
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  • 23 June 2017

Responding to the National Audit Office report into the government’s plans for Hinkley Point C power station, Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy said: “This is a deeply worrying report that highlights the lack of accountability and leadership in British nuclear policy. The UK has the most experienced nuclear workforce in the world but they are being let down by government.


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Audit Office report on Hinkley C is “deeply worrying”
  • 23 June 2017

Responding to the National Audit Office report into the government’s plans for Hinkley Point C power station, Prospect general secretary Mike Clancy said: “This is a deeply worrying report that highlights the lack of accountability and leadership in British nuclear policy. The UK has the most experienced nuclear workforce in the world but they are being let down by government.


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