It is proposed that the future for our country's energy supply lies in nuclear power. Yet there is much opposition to the idea. Talkabout goes on the road to Leiston High School in Suffolk, just two miles away from the proposed Sizewell 'B' 'nuclear pressurised' water reactor. Young people at the school literally live close to the issue and tonight get a chance to air their views.
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