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CND has condemned The Defence Secretary's announcement of a further £350 million spending on Trident replacement.
CND has welcomed today's report from the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee on the implications of Scottish independence for Trident.
Trident faces public opposition whether or not it is forced out of Scotland, experts have told the House of Commons Defence Committee.
In May 1982, a peace camp was established at RAF Upper Heyford, north Oxfordshire. On 7 May, original peace campers will return to Heyford to discuss their experiences and their opposition to Trident.
On Budget Day, MPs and campaigners will call on the government to rethink its £100 billion spending commitment on nuclear weapons.
Churches are urging the Government not to shackle the UK to a £55 billion spending commitment on Trident over the next 15 years.
The Church of Scotland has called for more honesty from the Government on the amount of money being spent in relation to the Trident nuclear weapon system.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed the decision of the Liberal Democrat conference to prioritise discussion of an emergency motion on Trident.
CND General Secretary Kate Hudson has written to George Osborne, urging him to consider cutting funding for Trident following the Spending Challenge consultation.
The Lib Dem defence minister, Nick Harvey, has confirmed that the coalition government will go ahead with like-for-like replacement of the Trident nuclear weapons system without considering alternatives.