News Headlines - 04 February 2013

BBC News - Richard III dig: DNA confirms bones are king's

A skeleton found beneath a Leicester car park has been confirmed as that of English king Richard III. Experts from the University of Leicester said DNA from the bones matched that of descendants of the monarch's family.

Spanish corruption scandal further dents support for Rajoy government - The Independent

Spain's opposition Socialist Party called yesterday for the resignation of the Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, over a corruption scandal as a poll showed the lowest support on record for his centre-right People's Party (PP).

Centrica pulls out of project to build new UK nuclear plants and launches £500m share buy-back - Telegraph

Centrica has scrapped plans to take part in the building of new UK nuclear reactors, blaming spiralling costs and delays, and has launched a £500m share buy-back.

Sellafield clean-up costs taxpayers £1.5bn a year | PAC report criticises management at Sellafield | Resource magazine

The cost of decommissioning the Sellafield nuclear waste site in Cumbria has already reached £67.5 billion and shows ‘no indication’ of slowing down, a new government report reveals.

Former head of Japan's nuclear safety body questioned over alleged negligence at Fukushima - Telegraph

Haruki Madarame, the former chairman of the Nuclear Safety Commission, has been questioned by police over the disaster which unfolded at the nuclear power plant in northeastern Fukushima two years ago.








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