Is Ed Miliband right to go for nuclear?

Is Ed Miliband right to go for nuclear?
Ed Miliband face possible legal action over plans to fast track the planning system and is under huge attack for going for nuclear power despite protests. Has he made the right choice?
At the moment nuclear is the only way.
We won't be able to deal with the waste it creates.
Put the money into renewables and build us all a safe future.

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