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The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament says it remains unsatisfied with the Ministry of Defence's response to Trident whistle-blower Able Seaman William McNeilly.
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.
A survey of 500 parliamentary candidates across all major parties shows 81 per cent would vote against Trident replacement.
The government’s £285 million spend on Trident replacement is an insult to those suffering from the £300 million cuts to legal aid, says CND.
CND has criticised spiralling costs and ‘catastrophic’ errors during construction of the Ministry of Defence’s £634 million flagship nuclear weapons facility.
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.
Secret plans considering relocating Trident to Wales have been described as "logistically untenable" and a "slap in the face" for the people of Wales.
Two prominent US disarmament campaigners will give a talk in Edinburgh on Monday 5 January 2015 on the humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons.
CND has criticised the Government for signing a £37 million contract for Trident missile launchers more than a year before a Parliamentary vote on replacement of the system.
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has welcomed the United States’ decision to join the majority of the world’s states at a landmark conference on nuclear weapons next month.
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