First cracks found in Torness nuclear reactor
Cracks which could increase the risk of a radioactive accident have appeared at the ageing Torness nuclear power station in East Lothian.
Row over plans to reform groups at nuclear sites
New guidelines which campaigners say could benefit communities around nuclear sites have been boycotted by a UK Government nuclear agency.
Cracks cause Torness nuclear plant to close early
Spreading cracks at the Torness nuclear power station in East Lothian mean that it will have to close two years earlier than planned.
Revealed: spycops infiltrated Scottish anti-nuclear groups
Scottish anti-nuclear groups were spied upon by the British state in the 1970s and 1980s, according to documents released by police to the spycops inquiry.
Torness nuclear reactor shut by faulty valve
One of the nuclear power reactors at Torness in East Lothian has been shut down following a problem with a valve, prompting increased concerns about its future.
Torness nuclear reactors predicted to start cracking in 2022
Cracks that could increase the risk of a radioactive accident at Torness nuclear station in East Lothian will start appearing six years sooner than previously thought, says UK safety watchdog.
Closure urged after 350 cracks found in nuclear reactor
More than 350 cracks have been discovered in an ageing nuclear power reactor at Hunterston in North Ayrshire, breaching an agreed safety limit and prompting calls for a permanent shutdown.
Nuclear firm under fire for bid to double reactor cracks
The nuclear industry is bidding to relax safety standards by doubling the number of cracks allowed in the radioactive cores of Scotland’s ageing reactors.
Nuclear power police admit to 21 security breaches
The police force charged with guarding UK nuclear power plants has admitted to 21 breaches of security, including lost smart phones and identity cards.