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Documentary about Nuclear Weapons in Scotland “A Guided Tour of the Unacceptable” Is Now Available to View Online

Have you ever wondered what it really means to have nuclear weapons based in Scotland?

“A Guided Tour of the Unacceptable” will satisfy your curiosity. 

A Guided Tour of the Unacceptable is a geographical and historical tour of the UK’s nuclear weapons on the Clyde and resistance to them, with archive footage from the sixties sit-downs, to canoes buzzing Trident, mass blockades, and 21st Century XR protesters.
It is edited by Ruth Barrie (Waltzer Films), with a stunning musical score from Rachel Sermanni, Karine Polwart, Ross Ainsle, Ryan Young and Ewan Mackenzie. See some of Scotland’s most strikingly beautiful scenery, and the militarised infrastructure imposed on it. Comments from MSPs, campaigners and Peace Campers intersperse the film. 

Nuclear Weapons and The General Election 

Nuclear weapons are the most inhumane and indiscriminate weapons ever created. Scotland is the launchpad and the bomb store for all of the UK’s nuclear weapons. When the United Nations adopted a Treaty to Prohibit all Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), Scotland could not sign it. But 44 out of the 57 Scottish MPs at the last Westminster Parliament signed the International pledge to support it. Approaching a general election on 4th July, Nuclear Weapons are a red line election issue. To ensure a nuclear weapons free Scotland, our next Scottish-based MPs must represent that view.
How can you make this happen? 
Encourage your candidates to sign the ICAN Parliamentary Pledge for the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. For a limited time, the documentary is available as a resource to view and share online.
Follow the link below and use the password Election24 to access.

Share the heartfelt message from Scotland, that we should be able to choose to be a nuclear free country.

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