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Sunday
Aug042013

Lib Dems may be set to relax trademark anti-nuclear stance


Opposition to building a new generation of nuclear power stations has been one of the Liberal Democrats’ most distinctive policy positions

Liberal Democrats could ditch their long-standing antipathy to nuclear energy next month in a conference debate that will cause deep divisions within the party.

Opposition to building a new generation of nuclear power stations has been one of the Liberal Democrats’ most distinctive policy positions although they have watered it down in the Coalition Government.

At their conference in Glasgow, delegates will be asked whether they want to adopt a new policy of accepting that nuclear energy has its place in electricity generation.

The move is understood to have the backing of Nick Clegg, the party leader, and Ed Davey, the Energy and Climate Change Secretary, although they are unlikely to speak directly on the issue.

The vote at the party’s Glasgow conference will be seen by some Clegg allies as a test of its ability to face up to the tough decisions facing a governing party.

The Liberal Democrats pledged opposition in their last election manifesto to new nuclear power stations because of concerns over their expense and safety and the Coalition agreement allowed them to abstain in votes on the issue.

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