May Silence on Hinkley Point Said to Feed Nerves on Nuclear PlanBy and
Hollande, May said to have discussed the project privately
EDF backs investment Thursday, U.K. has to ratify terms
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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