Japanese Buddhist monk to walk across Anglesey in protest against Wylfa Newydd. Dylan Morgan of PAWB said: “We are remembering that 30 years have passed since the reactor explosion at Chernobyl, which ejected radioactive poison that spread over extensive areas of Europe. It’s important to remember that there’s a large exclusion zone around the Chernobyl station where nobody lives, and the large town of Pripyat is totally empty since the day of the disaster in April 1986.” This Monday will see the Welsh Affairs Committee hold a special sitting in Caernarfon, where they will hear more evidence as part of their inquiry into the future of nuclear power in Wales. During the session, members will hear from local councils and anti-nuclear groups about the future of the Trawsfynydd and Wylfa sites, including their impact on the local economy and environment.
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