The UK government will continue talks with the company behind plans for a new nuclear power station in Anglesey, Theresa May has said. The prime minister told MPs that ministers will “support” discussions with Hitachi. Last month the company announced it would suspend work on the £13bn Wylfa Newydd project because of rising costs. The government said at the time it had failed to agree terms with Hitachi.
Wilcox Guardian 14th March 2019 read more »
Give Anglesey £40 million to soften Wylfa Newydd blow. The island’s council leaders are appealing to the Welsh & UK governments to provide the cash boost after the nuclear power plant plans were put on hold.
Daily Post 15th March 2019 read more »