My right hon. and learned Friend will obviously wish to bear in mind that if as a result of a general policy of refusing refineries we reach the same position as the United States - which is seriously short of refinery capacity in general, which is contributing to the Severe Energy Crisis - this will not be generally popular in the United Kingdom?
There are 10 to 15 years life in that colliery, yet at a time of Severe Energy Crisis that coal will not be worked.
Has my right hon. Friend found time since her return from The Hague to read a major policy speech by the Secretary of State for Energy, in which he predicted that the world faces a Severe Energy Crisis and shortage if nuclear power is discontinued?