- Published on Monday, 17 June 2013 11:21
There are two new leaflets available for local groups and volunteers.
Time to Scrap Trident - download here
Please contact us if you want some copies or feel free to print and distribute them.
New tartan CND logo T-shirts are available - £8
You can also pay by card.
Men sizes - S, M, L, XL
Ladies (fitted) M, L
- Published on Wednesday, 12 June 2013 17:49
- Published on Monday, 10 June 2013 14:27
Scottish CND had a lively presence at Glasgow's West End Festival parade. Our theme was "liberate the Clyde" and there were jellyfish, japanese fish kites, octopus, spinning whirlpools and a "recycle Trident" submarine.
- Published on Saturday, 01 June 2013 20:28
Radio 4 has broadcast a drama of "Letter of Last Resort" (iplayer). In the play a new Prime Minister discusses with her civil servant what she should write in the letter which is given to the Captain of each submarine, telling them whether or not to retaliate if Britain is destroyed in a nuclear attack. The adviser says - "without the irrational threat of retaliation there is no point having nuclear weapons at all". This is consistent with the Top Secret Duff Mason report (December 1978) which recognised that retaliation would be "an act of rage and revenge .... serving no rational purpose (page 5, page 6)
- Published on Monday, 20 May 2013 12:07
The video was made by The Third Force News and presents the Faslane Peace Camp and Scottish CND's message of support (Arthur West – Scottish CND chair).
Here are some ideas to get involved:
- Published on Friday, 10 May 2013 15:32
A new poll by Lord Ashcroft claims that only 34% of Scots want to give up nuclear weapons.
“The results contradict Scottish CND poll and other public research and the Coalition’s austerity drive is increasing opposition to replacing Trident as people think the money will be better spent elsewhere.” Arthur West - chairman of Scottish CND
- Published on Tuesday, 07 May 2013 14:13
Yesterday the French Navy tested a strategic missile of the new generation M51 (launched from the submarine "Le Triomphant"). The test was a failure and the missile was destroyed briefly after its launch.
In response, Bill Kidd MSP lodged a motion in the Scottish Parliament.