Tuesday, 01 September 2015

Sellafield denies rumours over bosses’ fate

SPECULATION that two Sellafield top bosses are on their way out has been refuted.

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Todd Wright, managing director, and George Beveridge, one of his three deputies, are not leaving the West Cumbrian site – according to Nuclear Management Partners, the consortium which runs Sellafield.

Speculation arose in the national media after the government’s Public Accounts Committee reported taxpayers were not getting value for money as a result of Sellafield’s spiralling costs.

An NMP spokesman said: “Todd Wright is here doing a job as he has done for five years, he’s leading the site and any rumours that he’s going are merely speculation. Neither is there any truth in the speculation that George Beveridge is leaving.”


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