Thousands of homes without power and traffic lights out after Didcot power station demolition sparks huge power cut

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THOUSANDS of homes have been left without power after the Didcot power station demolition sparked a huge power cut. The three cooling towers were brought to the ground at the Oxfordshire town at 7am – with thousands of homes and traffic lights being left in the dark. More than 2,700 postcodes have reportedly been affected. […]
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