Should French aircraft carrier the Clemenceau be dismantled in the UK?

Should French aircraft carrier the Clemenceau be dismantled in the UK?
The saga of the ghost ship the Clemenceau has been rattling on for years. It was turned away from Indian yards because it was 'too toxic' and they lacked the facilities to dismantle it. On the plus side, its recycling is a massive task that will provide the industry with jobs and income. So are we right to take it?
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