Re: News at 10
'I spent 2 years working with radioactive materials (H3, P32, etc) as a student in a lab... So my brain is in violation of the relevant part of the UK criminal code "materials useful for terrorism"'
I doubt it. P32 has a short half-life anyway and normal biological turnover will have flushed the tritium out long ago.
'Wake me up when someone tries to steal any quantity of radioactive Cobalt'
There's probably more of that about in the environment than you might think. Way back when the Belfast Radiocarbon lab was being set up we had to cast about for some old steel sheets to use in shielding as modern (in the '60s) steel was considered to contain cobalt-60.