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BBC News Online

BBC News Online

The daughter of a man who witnessed a British nuclear test in the 1950s has demanded a "Hillsborough-level" apology 70 years after the first detonation.

i News

i News

Veterans of British nuclear testing in the Cold War say they – and their children and grandchildren – are still living with the health effects. And 70 years on, they want to see recognition of their part in the missions

WhyNow - online Arts mag

WhyNow - online Arts mag

The True Story That Inspired New Play About ‘Britain’s Nuclear Cover-Up’

Exposure Magazine

Exposure Magazine

A new play exploring the generational impact of moral injury in nuclear test veterans and their descendants

CAMPAIGN Magazine

CAMPAIGN Magazine

An inherited suspicion of authority