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Issue No. 2243

‘Do not go outside’
Japan’s chief cabinet secretary Yukio Edano’s helpful advice to people who are running out of food and water

‘The human toll here looks to be much worse than the economic toll, and we can be grateful for that’
CNBC TV host Larry Kudlow

‘As Japanese nuclear power officials face the prospect of struggling for months to control several crippled reactors, a basic question arises: will there be enough workers to keep doing the job?’
New York Times

‘I don’t know what the government is doing, it seems like the government is doing nothing at all’
Japanese resident

‘Yes, nuclear power plants are dangerous. But for Britain, the alternative is to start hoarding candles’
Max Hastings in the Daily Mail

‘Rather than undermine public faith in nuclear energy, this incident should highlight its safety.People should gain confidence that these plants have shut down as they should’
Sue Ions, a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

‘The only real contamination risk is from small amounts of nuclear material being released into the air in this steam’
The Sun’s professor Brian Cox tells us not to worry about Japan’s nuclear meltdown

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Who Says?
Tue 15 Mar 2011, 18:46 GMT
Issue No. 2243
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