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Church of Scotland leaders have applauded members of the Scottish Parliament for voting to end the Trident nuclear weapons programme, in a debate held on Tuesday 3 November.
Organisers of the Labour Party Conference, which runs from 27-30 September have confirmed that an anti-Trident motion has been accepted into the priorities ballot.
George Osborne, the UK chancellor, announced that £500 million is to be spent on a nuclear submarine base in Scotland, securing or creating over 6,700 jobs and protecting the country.
Jeremy Corbyn has used a speech at the annual CND Hiroshima commemoration in London to launch a plan for a Defence Diversification Agency.
Members of the Northern Friends Peace Board met in Glasgow on 13 June to discuss issues from community peacebuilding to the Trident nuclear weapons system.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament says it remains unsatisfied with the Ministry of Defence's response to Trident whistle-blower Able Seaman William McNeilly.
A leaked report from a submariner who served on HMS Victorious which is armed with Trident nuclear missiles, has alleged serious security and safety failings.
Leaders from four major UK Churches have signed an open letter to David Cameron, congratulating him and encouraging him to hold "truth, justice, peace and wellbeing" at the heart of government.
As I write, it is unclear whether the Conservatives will have an overall majority. If not, I suspect they will try to rule as a minority government, although they may try some sort of deal.
The spectacular gains made by the SNP in the General Election are a stark indicator of opposition toTrident, which is based in Scotland, says CND.
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