A report that could ultimately lead to nuclear waste being buried in Cumbria has been approved by a group that has been exploring all the issues.
West Cumbria's Radioactive Waste Partnership has spent most of today debating a final draft of the report at a hotel near Workington. Kim Inglis explains the background to the story
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