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CND condemns Government plans to order steel for the first of the Trident replacement submarines before Parliament has been asked to approve their construction.
CND has called on the government to live up to its own promises over openness and accountability.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has called the government to "come clean" on its Trident spending plans
If the government replaces the Trident nuclear weapons system it will be at the expense of thousands of manufacturing jobs, says a peace NGO.
An interesting finding from a ComRes poll released last night for the Independent on Sunday and Sunday Mirror, suggests that less than a quarter of the population now support renewal of Trident:
CND has welcomed the report into the Strategic Defence and Security Review which criticises the "startling rapidity" of the process and the lack of consultation.
A new report shows that going ahead with the replacement of the Trident nuclear weapons system will reduce defence employment.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed reports that the National Security Council will discuss the future of Trident when it meets on Friday
Churches in Wales have said that Christians are dismayed that so little mention has been made of the war in Afghanistan during the election campaign so far.
Churches in Scotland have launched an initiative at Holyrood seeking to place the abolition of nuclear weapons and the scrapping of the Trident system at the heart of the forthcoming General Election campaign.