1. Energy ministers eye new formula to pay for Britain's nuclear power plants  The Times
  2. Hitachi to decide on fate of UK nuclear plant  BBC News
  3. After Wylfa — the case for an independent review of UK energy policy  Financial Times
  4. Britain's nuclear future thrown into chaos as Japanese firm gets set to pull out of £16billion deal  Daily Mail
  5. This is how much taxpayers' cash was spent on council trips abroad  Daily Post
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Ministers will be forced to pioneer a new way of financing nuclear power after Hitachiwalked away from a £16bn plant in north Wales.The suspension of the Japanese giant’s Horizon project on Anglesey, expected to be confirmed at a board meeting tomorrow, will force the government to lure investors wi

Government nuclear policy is under scrutiny amid reports the Japanese firm may scrap a £20bn reactor.

Japanese firm Hitachi is set to ditch its £16billion power station in Wales – leaving Britain’s nuclear strategy at the mercy of Chinese investors.

The cost of the fact-finding missions to Japan and Ireland has been revealed