Britain has greenlighted a new nuclear power plant.
But it will be the British taxpayer who will pick up the bill, and the radiation, from an accident.
The government has given the go-ahead for the UK's first new nuclear station in a generation.France's EDF Energy will lead a consortium, which includes Chinese investors, to build the Hinkley Point C plant in Somerset.
Ministers say the deal will help take the UK towards low-carbon power and lower generating costs in future.
Critics warn guaranteeing the group a price for electricity at twice the current level will raise bills.
"For the first time, a nuclear station in this country will not have been built with money from the British taxpayer," said Secretary of State for Energy Edward Davey.