Nuclear Vote 4 Holderness

BREAKING 7th February - Graham Backs Withdrawal

Graham has backed Cllrs Lyn Healing and Sean McMaster's motion to Council calling on East Riding of Yorkshire Council to withdraw from discussions.

 

Holderness is being considered as a potential site for a nuclear waste disposal facility - also known as a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF).

Nuclear Waste Services says that a GDF can only be approved with local consent - but doesn't specify HOW that consent will be granted.

The Nuclear Vote 4 Holderness Campaign, founded by Graham, believes that if Nuclear Waste Services want our consent, it must be MEANINGFUL consent.

That's why the campaign is calling on Nuclear Waste Services to give the people of Holderness a meaningful say. A referendum.

Join the NV4H Campaign's call for a referendum by signing the petition below and join the Facebook Group.

 

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Nuclear Vote 4 Holderness

BREAKING 7th February - Graham Backs Withdrawal

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Graham Backs Nuclear Waste Withdrawal

Graham is backing Cllr Sean McMaster and Cllr Lyn Healing’s motion to East Riding of Yorkshire Council calling for immediate withdrawal from discussions with Nuclear Waste Services about a Geological Disposal Facility in south Holderness.

 

Graham Launches Nuclear Vote 4 Holderness Petition

Graham has launched a petition to call for a referendum on the potential Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in Holderness.

 

A referendum would force Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) to make the case to the people of Holderness that this site would be safe.

 

Graham Calls for Nuclear Waste Referendum

Following today’s news that Nuclear Waste Services (NWS) is exploring the possibility of installing a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) in South Holderness, Graham Stuart (Member of Parliament for Beverley and Holderness) is calling for a local referendum on the controversial scheme.