More and more appearing in serious media about UK nuclear and life after Brexit and withdrawal from Euratom. The Financial Times did a superb whole page (March 3). Headline issues are future supplies of nuclear fuel and scientific/technological support.
Nuclear isotopes used in medical treatments and research will also require new UK regulations and maybe supply sources. It's all very complicated and technical, but it seems that there is a basic ownership and control issue in any case because all civil fissile materials in Europe at present are in the ownership hands of the Euratom Supply Agency, mainly for security reasons.
Top nuclear scientist Dame Sue Ion, former New Labour Government adviser and nuclear renaisssance person, reckons things might be ironed out by working in future with China and Korea as partners instead of Europe (see stories above).
But the UK will still have to have its own full regime up and running before that would be possible. Getting it all done by 2019 and Brexit is the "race" factor.