With some links to Kent, I have talked to some lads who worked on the construction of the Dungeness Nuclear facility, they didn't know of any foreign workers - except those from London and Sussex, of course. Now, with de-commissioning going on at Dungeness, the climate bods have said Dungeness is at risk of SL rises [FFS on a depositional coastline!! - the engineers and surveyors in the fifties didn't think so but then they weren't worrried about the earth warming up cos their teacher said so]. All the grid infrastructure in place and they are decommissioning and not rebuilding a new facility - that is pure financial lunacy and economics from the madhouse.
Speaking to someone who has been involved on the project management side of the construction of the Olympic venues, and who is likely to be involved at Hinkley and Sizewll where the first of the nukes are going to be built. He made the point that whatever your views on whether we should be hosting the Olympics you had to concede that all the venues have been built on time, and the construction phase has been a success. He has had some preliminary dealings with EDF, and says they are very unreceptive to hearing any ideas that are not their own, and he's not optimistic about the plants being built on schedule. They seem determined not to learn any lessons from Flamanville, where the plant they are building is some years behind schedule.
Apparently after Fukushima the reactor buildings were redesigned to accommodate ell the pumps etc that were taken out by the tsunami, so that can't happen in the new plants. That redesign was done in the UK I was told, although in the grand scheme of things it wasn't a huge piece of work.