Britain is about to build its first nuclear reactor in 20 years, but with the help of France and China. The Daily Telegraph bemoans the loss of Britain's nuclear pre-eminence but sees a bright future for nuclear power. Meanwhile, lobbyists in Washinton vie for pole position as the race to get a slice of the next federal budget starts, The New York Times reports. Twenty retired British servicemen could also face charges of murder for the killing of 14 civilians in Derry on Bloody Sunday in 1972.
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THE NEW YORK TIMES: Lobbyists ready for a new fight on spending
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: A new dawn for nuclear power?
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THE DAILY TELEGRAPH: Soldiers could face arrest for Bloody Sunday.