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Fifty-five years after their first London to Aldermaston march, CND will return to Britain's nuclear bomb factory on April 1 to say 'stop fooling with nuclear weapons'.
CND has welcomed a parliamentary debate on Trident and Scottish independence, but says it is an economic and strategic issue for the entire UK.
A new campaign will be launched at the Reading Civic centre on 27 February which will target the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldermaston and Burghfield.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed Danny Alexander's commitment to a full and open debate on the future of the UK's nuclear weapons.
CND has condemned The Defence Secretary's announcement of a further £350 million spending on Trident replacement.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced spending of £5 billion at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) at Aldermaston and Burghfield in Berkshire.
Churches are urging the Government not to shackle the UK to a £55 billion spending commitment on Trident over the next 15 years.
A verdict from with the MoD and the conclusion of a CND report agree that Sottish independence will leave Trident with "nowhere to go"
CND has expressed outrage at what it described as "Government bad faith" over Trident replacement.
Following the Commons Defence Committee report on the Strategic Defence and Security Review, CND says Ministers are "living in a fantasy land"