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Illingworth lands £25,000 nuclear role

Former president of the ICAEW David Illingworth has been given a non-executive role at the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.

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Illingworth was joined by five other new non-executive directors, all of which were announced by energy minister Mike O’Brien today.

‘I am delighted to make these appointments which give the NDA a strong team of non-executive directors with a balanced set of complementary skills and experience,’ said O’Brien. ‘The NDA is at a challenging period as it prepares to open its doors next April.’

From 1 April next year the NDA will take responsibility for all public sector civil nuclear sites. Illingworth and his five colleagues will be paid £25,000 a year for 30 days work.

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