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The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has condemned the "unbridled expenditure" on Britain's Trident nuclear weapons system.
UK ministers have admitted that Scottish independence could trigger a “seismic shock” for the UK budget, if the Trident nuclear arms system is retained.
Two women aged 79 and 82 have this morning successfully prevented traffic from entering the Trident nuclear submarine base in Faslane, Scotland.
The Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced spending of £5 billion at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) at Aldermaston and Burghfield in Berkshire.
On Budget Day, MPs and campaigners will call on the government to rethink its £100 billion spending commitment on nuclear weapons.
More than 100 Christian peace campaigners began Lent by holding their 30th annual prayer vigil outside the MoD yesterday
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"
A Scottish Christian has told a court that she will go to jail rather than accept that she has done anything wrong in taking direct action against nuclear weapons.
CND has expressed outrage at what it described as "Government bad faith" over Trident replacement.
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