Since many Star readers support anti-nuclear groups CND and Greenpeace, while other readers support the nuclear power industry in which they work, I have been surprised there hasn't been a discussion on the apparent conversion of Greenpeace to the nuclear cause.
Greenpeace recently supported a nuclear and renewable industries letter to government energy ministers, calling on them to agree a legally binding decarbonisation target by 2030 with financial support to nuclear and renewables industries.
There is no mystery why there is unprecedented unity across previously antagonistic organisations.
Both nuclear and renewable industries face redundancy as a result of the US development of shale gas extraction technology.
This is why the shares in renewable companies are being dumped on the stock market and why the government is having so much difficulty in finding companies to build its nuclear power stations.
It is also the reason why so many permitted wind farm sites are not being developed.
In the US, the low cost and abundance of shale gas has turned the economy around, providing new jobs for workers and a new term for Barack Obama.
It is inconceivable that Britain's workers will turn their backs on this new technology, preferring instead that British industry should compete on international markets fuelled by an energy technology that was cutting edge in the Middle Ages.