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CND Calls For MoD Participation In Trident Inquiry

CND has called for the Ministry of Defence to fully and transparently participate in the Defence Select CommitteeÂ’s Inquiry into a possible replacemen

Ministers Reject Calls to Discuss Trident Replacement

Ministers are refusing to appear before a Commons Inquiry into the future of Britain\'s nuclear weapons despite Government promises of an open debate

British Firms make over £1 Billion in Iraq

British businesses have profited by at least £1.1bn since coalition forces toppled Saddam Hussein three years ago according to a Corporate Watch R

Britain\'s Secret Nuclear Blueprint - Sunday Times Article

For nearly a year British scientists at Aldermaston have been secretly working with the Americans on a replacement for Trident. Two weeks ago a gro

14,000 Detainees held without charge or trial in Iraq

Amnesty International has called for an end to the internment of thousands of detainees in Iraq by the Multinational Forces, as it released a new Repo

Kate Hudson To Give Evidence To Defence Select Committee

The Parliamentary Defence Select Committee has asked Kate Hudson, Chair of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, to give oral evidence in their first

Pentagon Seeks New Force Of Conventional-Warhead Missiles

The Pentagon, seeking a faster way to thwart threats from hostile states or terrorist groups, is asking Congress for $500 million to create a new forc

Jack Straw on new British nuclear weapons

The following is transcript of Jack Straw interviewed on the Today programme on Radio 4 on 13 March 2006 by John Humphrys, from the BBC online audio.

Myth of nuclear independence exposed

On the eve of the first Defence Committee hearing into the future of the strategic deterrent a new report shows how dependent Britain\'s nuclear weapo

UK Goverment says no deadline on Iraq troop withdrawal

There is no strict deadline for the withdrawal of British troops from Iraq, Prime Minister Tony Blair\'s spokesman said, despite a top UK general clai