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Nuclear industry prepares for 'no deal' Brexit

Sky News 208 sources

The British nuclear industry is activating plans to relocate some nuclear material and components around Europe, Sky News understands.

Iran nuclear deal: Trump poised to withdraw support

BBC.com

The US president is expected to withdraw support for the nuclear deal, despite pressure from allies.

Trump risks making US rogue actor as he condemns Iran nuclear deal

The Guardian

If the US imposes new restrictions on Tehran, Washington will find itself isolated – and without leverage to limit Iran’s nuclear programme, experts say

Trump Expected to Disavow Iran Nuclear Deal But Not ...

Bloomberg / Politics

President Donald Trump is expected on Friday to refuse to certify that the multinational accord to curb Iran’s nuclear program sufficiently serves U.S ...

Trump blasts but does not bolt from Iran nuclear deal

CBS News / Politics

President says he will not re-certify the agreement because Iran is not living up to the "spirit" of the deal

Trump Expected Not to Certify Iran Compliance With Nuclear Pact

President Donald Trump is expected to announce Friday that he won’t certify that Iran is complying with the 2015 international nuclear agreement and will take Tehran to task more broadly for practices ranging from missile tests to support…

Trump makes his move on Iran nuke deal

The Hill

President Trump declared Friday that the Iran nuclear deal is no longer in the national security interest of the United States, but stopped short of withdrawing from the Obama-era pact."I am announcing today that w...

Trump expected to make U.S. move against Iran nuclear deal -officials

Reuters / World

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump is likely to take a major step against the international nuclear deal with Iran on Friday, laying out a more aggressive approach to Iranian activities in the Middle East that risks upsetting U…

Trump Disavows Nuclear Deal and Denounces Iranian Leadership

The New York Times

Mr. Trump said he would ask Congress to establish “trigger points,” which could prompt the United States to reimpose sanctions on Iran if it crosses thresholds set by Congress.

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Nuclear industry prepares for 'no deal' Brexit

Sky News open event

The British nuclear industry is activating plans to relocate some nuclear material and components around Europe, Sky News understands.

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