Federal Opposition leader Peter Dutton has today unveiled his long-awaited Nuclear Power plan that nobody really asked for.

The Coalition will pledge to build two nuclear plants between 2035 and 2037, with seven proposed location sites across five states to be completed by the 2050s.

The details of this plan differ more than slightly when compared to the Coalition’s earliest outlines of a nuclear power transition, with Dutton now proposing that the Australian tax-payer fund the entire build with zero investment from the private sector.

The honourable Bob Katter III, the Independent Member For Kennedy in Queensland’s remote North-West, has responded to this proposal with a short comment.



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