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US uses Phosphorus Bombs in Fallujah

An Italian TV documentary has claimed Iraqi civilians - including women and children - had been killed by terrible burns caused by White Phosphorus (W

Edinburgh Anti-War March attracts over 2,000

The antiwar march and demonstration held in Edinburgh on Saturday 12 November saw over 2000 people brave the winter weather to raise their voices agai

SCND AGM - Report on Terrorism Bill

Jeremy Corbyn Vice Chair of CND UK and MP for Islington North was the key note speaker at the AGM of Scottish CND held in Edinburgh on 5th November. J

Do Nukes Still Protect us? Can We Afford them? Independent Article by Cole Moreton

Somewhere in the world, deep beneath the waves, a British nuclear submarine is on patrol. There is always one moving silently through the depths, read

Terrorism Bill - Possible Effect on Anti-Nuclear Protestors

The Terrorism Bill has serious implications for the civil liberties of anti-nuclear and peace protesters. Our main concern is with Clauses 10, 11 and

Trident as possible breaking point for Parliamentary Labour Party

Clare Short has written in the Independent about the prospect of Trident replacement and says - \"there is enormous unhappiness in the PLP, but the qu

How to spend 20 billion

The Independent on 31 October highlighted the cost of replacing Trident. It argued that replacing Trident could cost £20 billion. For this amount you

New report on future of the British bomb

A new report written by Scottish CND Coordinator John Ainslie questions the independence of British nuclear weapons. \"The Future of the British bomb\

New Petition – No Trident Replacement

CND has now launched its new petition entitled No Trident Replacement, and CND groups and members should now begin to collect as many names as pos

Trident Fleet Lifespan may be Extended

Ian Bruce, Defence Correspondent of the Herald reported that the UK is to try to stretch the operational lifespan of its four Trident missile submarin