The greenest government ever is supporting British industry in its usual fashion, by allowing foreign companies to poison us for profit. GE Hitachi wish to build a new reactor at Sellafield in order to use up some plutonium the Government has lying around. GE Hitachi refuse to say how much their proposal will cost or how much profit it will make before the taxpayer has to bail them out; but they did say that it will power three-quarters of a million homes while miraculously safetifying and convenientising the plutonium. A few uncharitable voices have claimed that GE Hitachi have given little evidence with which to prove their credibility, even though Daveybloke's cuddlies have provided still less evidence that there will be any necessity for GE Hitachi to do any such thing. On the other hand, Britain's plutonium stockpile costs £2000 million a year to maintain, which is such a bargain that some of Daveybloke's Cuddlies would like it reclassified as an asset instead of a liability. Perhaps they are thinking on wog-bombing lines, given the promising contacts made by Adam Werritty and his pet minister in the Middle East.