'Radioactive mud' dumping alarms activists in Wales and England

Environmental campaigners say the mud being dumped into the sea by the nuclear plant may contain dangerous radioactive materials.

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    A new nuclear power station being built in England is alarming environmental campaigners both there - and in neighbouring Wales.

    Legal action has been launched to stop mud from the Hinkley Point construction site from being dumped into the Bristol Channel.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports.


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