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Sir Keir Starmer visits Hinkley Point C

By EDF | Posted June 05, 2023

The Leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer MP has visited Hinkley Point C in Somerset today, declaring nuclear “part of the future”.

Addressing a crowd of workers, Sir Keir thanked them and said Sizewell C should move forward “at pace”. He met apprentices, union representatives and hosted a question-and-answer question session with 50 members of the workforce.

He emphasised the need for more new nuclear in Britain and the crucial role of its reliable, low-carbon electricity, for fighting climate change and increasing energy security.

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Photo of Sir Keir Starmer talking to Hinkley Point C workers
Photo of Sir Keir Starmer talking to Hinkley Point C workers
Photo of Sir Keir Starmer talking to Hinkley Point C workers
Photo of Sir Keir Starmer talking to Hinkley Point C workers

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External Communications Manager at Hinkley Point C
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