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Scottish Parliament motion on nuclear weapon test

Sandra White MSP has put down the following motion in the Scottish Parliament. Please ask your MSPs to support this. S2M-4009 British and American

British nuclear test on 23 February 2006

On 23rd February Krakatau will erupt 1000 feet below the ground at the Nevada test site. Krakatau is a joint British and American “sub-critical” nuc

Navy Plans More Nuclear Submarine Berths

The Royal Navy is to install a series of nuclear submarine berths around Britain. Councils have been told to draw up a long list of contingency plans

Pakistan Testfires Nuclear-Capable Missile

Pakistan has successfully tested a nuclear-capable surface-to-surface missile. The ballistic missile was the Pakistan-developed short-range Haft-II Ab

World Churches Chief Slams Nuclear Outrage\'

The spread of nuclear weapons technology is \"an outrage to all humanity\" in an unstable world of terrorism networks and increasing violence in the n

Admonishments and Deferred Sentences for Coulport Activists

Unusually, no fines or other punishments were issued to six people arrested at the Trident Ploughshares disarmament camp in September last year for ac

Sellafield In Breach Of Euratom Rules

The operators of the Sellafield plant in Cumbria have been warned that they are in breach of EU rules imposing strict nuclear safeguard standards.

Close Guantanamo now, UN tells White House

A UN report is expected to call on the United States to close its Guantanamo Bay detention centre in Cuba without delay and transfer the near-500 supp

CND Concern At US War Plans For Iran

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament reacted with great concern to reports that the US are officially drawing up plans for a military attack against I

Blair Refuses to Give Commitment on Trident Replacement Vote

House of Commons Liaison Committee 7th February Q275 Mr Arbuthnot: Prime Minister, you said that it was likely that decisions on the strategic nucl