Mick Jagger has tweeted his excitement for his first ever performance with The Rolling Stones at Glastonbury 2013.
EDF are preparing to build new nuclear reactors at Hinkley which could help growth and create 25,000 jobs, but the deal is in the balance.
The relatives of Dylan Cecil, who slipped into the sea from a jetty, say they are grateful after police believe they have found his body.
Witnesses said the barriers at the level crossing were lowered when the car drove on to the track, a Network Rail spokesman said:
There are 45 people on board, comprising 37 passengers and eight train crew.
The train has not derailed and no passengers or crew were injured. The car is badly damaged and is under the leading power car.
The train driver and First Great Western staff have given a statement to British Transport Police that the barriers were lowered and the car was seen to drive on to the crossing.
– British Transport Police spokesman
Shortly before 6.30am this morning BTP was called to reports of a car having been struck by a train at Athelney automatic half barrier level crossing.
The train involved is the 0546 Exeter to London Paddington service. The train has not been derailed and there are no reports of any injuries to anyone on board.
The car is trapped under the front of the train and services are currently stopped in the area.
There was one person in the car who has been pronounced dead at the scene. An investigation is under way to establish the full circumstances leading up to the incident.
British Transport Police have confirmed that one person has died after a train hit a car on a level crossing in Somerset. It happened near Athelney, which is on the line between Taunton and Castle Cary.
There were no reports of any passengers on the train being injured in the crash.
The car is trapped under the front of the train and services are stopped in the area. First Great Western is operating replacement buses between Taunton and Westbury.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey gave consent for a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset.
Plans for a nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C in Somerset, will "lock a generation of consumers into higher energy bills", Greenpeace said.
Executive director John Sauven said: "It will distort energy policy by displacing newer, cleaner, cheaper technologies.
He added, "With companies now saying the price of offshore wind will drop so much it will be on par with nuclear by 2020, there is no rationale for allowing Hinkley C to proceed.
"Giving it the green light when there is no credible plan for dealing with the waste could also be in breach of the law."
Kevin Coyne, national officer of Unite union has backed plans for the first in a fleet of new nuclear power stations. He said:
The construction of Hinkley Point C will create thousands of skilled construction jobs for the next five years, and around 800 jobs in the operation of the power station over the next 60 years.
We hope Hinkley Point C is just the first in a fleet of new nuclear power stations which would create jobs in construction for the next 20 years. Nuclear is a crucial part of a balanced energy policy, to stop lights going out.
The first of a planned fleet of nuclear reactors in the UK could be given the go ahead today.
Energy Secretary Ed Davey is expected to announce whether he will grant consent for energy giant EDF to build a nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point C in Somerset.
According to EDF, the plant's two nuclear reactors would be capable of producing enough energy to power five million homes, or seven per cent of the UK's electricity.
The decision to go ahead with construction depends on a deal being negotiated with the Government on the "strike" price paid for electricity generated by the plant.