Living next to a nuclear plant was does not increase the risk of childhood leukaemia according to the findings of a report out today.
A possible link was highlighted in a television programme in the 1980s which prompted inquiries into cases of leukaemia in Seascale near the Sellafield planet, known then as Windscale.
Then as now, no firm link was found, so today's news has come as a reassurance to people living in the village.
Watch Samantha Parker's report in full below.
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