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Dounreay nuclear fuel to be removed

The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority is to remove the remainder of the nuclear fuel it inherited at Dounreay.

The highly radioactive material, which was among 100 tonnes left by the UK Atomic Energy Agency, is to be taken to Sellafield in Cumbria.

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