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MPs to take evidence on energy risks

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee will hold an oral evidence session as part of its inquiry into “Risk perception and energy infrastructure” on 18 January.

It has summoned Andrew Bloodworth, head of science, minerals and Waste, at the British Geological Survey; Nick Pidgeon, director of the Understanding Risk Programme at Cardiff University; and David Spiegelhalter from the Royal Statistical Society.

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