By John McGarrity and Oleg Vukmanovic LONDON (Reuters) – Britain spelled out its aims for nuclear power on Tuesday, committing funds to a sector it expects to create 40,000 jobs while lowering the country's carbon emissions and its reliance on costly energy imports. This month's late blast of winter cold has exposed Britain's reliance on imported natural gas, triggering wholesale price spikes and concerns that stored supplies could run dry. In its long-term Nuclear Industrial Strategy the government sets out the opportunities it sees for economic growth and job creation in the industry. …
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