For decades people have been living under the shadow of the nuclear power plants at Sizewell in Suffolk.
Today, revised plans have been published, detailing how emergency services would react in a nuclear disaster.
The plans have to be reviewed every three years, and this is the first time, since the disaster at Fukushima in Japan.
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