Former energy minister Chris Huhne has called on the government not to allow subsidies for the nuclear industry.
Since leaving Parliament, Huhne has forged a career as an energy expert.
He was commenting on the termination of a multi-billion-pound nuclear contract, due to a botched tendering process.
People supporting Scottish independence have gathered outside the Parliament in Edinburgh.
Today, MSPs will vote on whether a second independence referendum should be held.
A 64-year-old woman was rescued by members of Cockermouth Mountain Rescue team, after slipping on wet ground at Black Crag near Loweswater.
She sustained an ankle injury, and was treated at the scene before being airlifted to the Cumberland Infirmary on Sunday 26 March.
Twenty-two members of the mountain rescue team were called out to help, and the rescue effort lasted three hours.
Police are growing increasingly concerned about a woman who was last seen at the West Cumberland Hospital on 27 March.
Gemma Rice, 25, has a red ponytail and was last seen wearing a black Adidas tracksuit.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact police on 101.
Cumbria Police is looking for new community support officers.
PCSOs are uniformed staff who support police in communities across the county, often dealing with issues like antisocial behaviour and public reassurance.
Applications are open until Monday 10 April.
Police are growing concerned about a 28-year-old woman who is missing from Dumfries.
Lauren Jardine was last seen about 8:20pm on 24 March, near the Jet garage on Glasgow Road, in Dumfries.
Police say she is 5'3" and of medium build, with bleached blonde shoulder length hair.
She was last seen wearing a red checked shirt, black leggings, light brown boots, and a burgundy coat, and was carrying a white satchel with butterflies on it.
Police are urging anyone with information to contact them on 101.