The company that wants to build two nuclear reactors in Somerset has gone public over its concerns that the government is offering an 8% return on their investment and won't guarantee them the 10% they're demanding.
EDF is warning it may pull out of the deal if an agreement isn't reached by the end of the month.
Our Somerset Correspondent, David Woodland, has been looking at the economic promise of Hinkley and what West Somerset stands to lose if the deal is scrapped:
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With 45 youngsters currently in care across the region, a South West charity has begun an appeal urging families to adopt older children.
Plymouth Conservative MP Johnny Mercer says Britain should take in more refugees - despite David Cameron saying this was not the answer.
The manager of a cheese factory in Somerset - due to stop production next month - says he's still hoping a last minute buyer will step in.