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Fifty-five years after their first London to Aldermaston march, CND will return to Britain's nuclear bomb factory on April 1 to say 'stop fooling with nuclear weapons'.
The anti-nuclear weapons rally at Faslane nuclear base in Scotland will not go ahead today, due to snow, ice and dangerous conditions in the area.
While I’ve been out campaigning for the Scrap Trident Coalition, a fairly commonly voiced objection to the elimination of nuclear weapons from Scotland is that; “It’ll cost jobs at Faslane.”
CND has welcomed a parliamentary debate on Trident and Scottish independence, but says it is an economic and strategic issue for the entire UK.
CND has rejected Lord West's call for Labour to back like-for-like replacement of the Trident nuclear weapons system as "ill-founded and out-of-touch."
A new campaign will be launched at the Reading Civic centre on 27 February which will target the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Aldermaston and Burghfield.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed Danny Alexander's commitment to a full and open debate on the future of the UK's nuclear weapons.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed the findings of a "timely and significant" report into the Trident Alternatives Review and the future of Barrow.
CND has condemned The Defence Secretary's announcement of a further £350 million spending on Trident replacement.
CND has welcomed today's report from the House of Commons Scottish Affairs Committee on the implications of Scottish independence for Trident.
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