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In a letter to the Times newspaper, church leaders and representatives in the UK have called on the government to cancel the replacement of Trident.
On UN International Day of Peace, 21 September, Quakers will say that building peace is about tough choices and will challenge the stereotype of peace as the soft option.
Rethink Trident, a broad coalition of individuals and organisations against government plans to spend £100bn on a new nuclear weapons system, will launch tomorrow.
CND has welcomed political opponents uniting to reject Falmouth as an alternative to the Clyde nuclear warhead depot.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has rejected claims that Trident could be relocated to England in the event of Scottish independence.
This Saturday, a giant peace scarf measuring seven miles will be stretched between the UK’s two nuclear bomb factories in protest at plans to spend £100bn replacing the Trident nuclear weapons system.
CND has expressed profound disappointment at the "historic opportunity missed", as the Liberal Democrat Conference failed to oppose Trident replacement.
A packed fringe event at Liberal Democrat Conference today urged the party leadership to deliver on nuclear disarmament by rejecting Trident replacement.
CND has welcomed Lib Dem minister Danny Alexander’s description of the Trident nuclear weapon system as "the UK’s last, unreformed bastion of Cold War thinking."
The Baptist, Methodist and United Reformed Churches have welcomed aspects of the Trident Alternatives Review, but sayTrident is unneccesary and unaffordable.