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A group of retired generals have come out against replacement of Britain's Trident nuclear system, backing calls from churches and others for the weapons of mass destruction to be scrapped.
The Ministry of Defence is accused by MPs today of massaging figures, casting doubt on its ability to plan for the new £19bn successor to the UK's Trident nuclear system.
A group of trainee priests and ministers, supported by their theological colleges, will risk arrest next weekend as they protest against Britain’s Trident weapons nuclear programme.
Protestant and Catholic church leaders in Scotland have renewed their criticism on Britain’s post-Trident nuclear weapons plans and have called for a major non-proliferation effort.
World Vision chief executive Charles Badenoch has delivered an embarrassing public rebuke to MPs, including the chair of Christians in Parliament, and said that MPs could have taken moral leadership when it made its decision on Trident.
Blair's bad hair day trumps Cameron's parting of the waves. Official.
Following a large Commons rebellion, churches and other campaigners against Trident renewal have continued to express their opposition to the government's nuclear policy
Greenpeace activists have scaled a crane next to the House of Parliament and hung a huge banner from it declaring 'TONY loves WMD'.
The leaders of the main Christian denominations have written a joint letter to MPs urging them to reject the renewal of Trident nuclear weapons system - branding such a move 'immoral'.
An all-faiths vigil is to be held outside Parliament as the House of Commons votes on the Government's plans to replace Trident.