BUILDING a nuclear power station at Hinkley Point is fine because if anything should go wrong it only affects Bristol, it has been confirmed.
The power station, a new design built by the Chinese to see if it works properly before they build any at home, has a 15 per cent risk of catastrophic meltdown but only a 0.0015 per cent risk of harming anyone who would be greatly missed.
A government spokesman said: “Nuclear materials can make areas uninhabitable for decades – even centuries – to come, which is why we have sited this potential disaster next to a major city of middle-aged men in Supreme baseball caps and kindly-yet-hopeless trustafarian couples pursuing doomed puppet-related art projects.
“Even in the event of a full meltdown, we’d only lose Minehead Butlins. If we time it for a Back To The 80s weekender we’d get rid of Tight Fit into the bargain.”
Bristolian Julian Cook said: “But imagine the wind-powered immersive circus skills festival I curate deserted and overgrown, like those towns near Chernobyl.
“You have already, haven’t you? That’s why you’re doing this.”