Thirty years ago, the errors led to carnage. And 30 years on, the suffering still goes on. Chernobyl went on fire and the world wept but our leaders are still building nuclear power stations. Just over the Irish Sea, only a seagull’s commuter flight from our east coast, nuclear power is seen by some as an accident waiting to happen. As many see it, radiation pays no respect to the borders between nations. And we all put up with the clear and present danger to the health of our people and the fellow citizens of the planet. We need to revive the spirit of Carnsore.
Irish Independent 25th April 2016 read more »