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Heavy Fines for Edinburgh “Submariners”

Trident Ploughshares - Press Release: 10 anti-Trident activists were each fined a total of £300 for being the crew of a large model nuclear weapon s

Nuclear Power: a Dangerous Distraction Says CND

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament today welcomed the GovernmentÂ’s energy review. But it condemned the logic of Government and industry, which appea

2 Arrested outside Parliament while Remembering Iraqi War Dead

Two women were arrested on Friday 25th November while holding a bell-ringing ceremony outside Parliament to remember the estimated 100,000 people who

CND Launches Case Against New Nuclear Power Stations

The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has launched its case against a new generation of nuclear power stations, ‘Nuclear Power: Why we say no to a new

Ask MPs to support EDM on Trident

A new Early Day Motion has been put down in the House of Commons by MPs from three parties. It says: EDM 1113 TRIDENT That this House wel

Aldermaston laser planning permission defered

Anti-nuclear campaigners cheered local West Berkshire councillors last night, as the West Berkshire Eastern Area Planning Committee voted to defer a d

US and UK Highjack up to $200 billion of Iraq

Iraqis face the dire prospect of losing up to $200bn of the wealth of their country if an American-inspired plan to hand over development of its oil r

AWE Aldermaston: campaigners call on councillors to do the right thing

Local campaigners, with national and international support, are urging local councillors not to support Ministry of Defence plans for the building of

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