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Thousands of people have marched through Glasgow today, calling for an end to Trident nuclear weapons at a time of growing poverty.
Lindsay Northover, a Liberal Democrat junior minister, began her remarks at a Quaker-organised hustings event yesterday by commenting on how few people go to hustings these days.
Seven Christians have been forcibly removed from the Burghfield Atomic Weapons Establishment. They were marking Holy Week by disrupting nuclear weapons production.
A group of cyclists have set off from London this morning, calling on the government to cut weapons, not public services.
A survey of 500 parliamentary candidates across all major parties shows 81 per cent would vote against Trident replacement.
A new poll of Labour’s parliamentary candidates has revealed that 75 per cent would vote against Trident replacement. The vote on Trident replacement is due in 2016.
Ninety-nine years ago today (2 March 1916), every unmarried man aged between 18 and 41 in England, Scotland and Wales was “deemed to have enlisted” in the armed forces.
In the run-up to the General Election, Quakers in Britain aim to stimulate an alternative conversation on topics like justice, democracy and peace, Trident, sustainability and economic inequality.
A nonviolent activist has been charged with “vandalism” while protesting against the Trident nuclear weapons base in Faslane in Scotland.
The Church of England's bishops have issued a letter giving advice to Christians about issues to take into account when casting their votes in May.
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