May Silence on Hinkley Point Said to Feed Nerves on Nuclear PlanBy and
Hollande, May said to have discussed the project privately
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Prime Minister Theresa May’s silence on the Hinkley Point nuclear power plant is sowing reservations about political support for the biggest Franco-British industrial project in a generation, according to people present at private talks between the two countries’ leaders.
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