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All-Party Committee Attacks Anti-Terror Laws

Much of Tony Blair\'s anti-terror legislation breaches fundamental human rights, an All-Party Committee of MPs and Peers has warned. The Joint Com

Extra £580m is set aside to meet Costs of War in Iraq

Gordon Brown has told MPs that an extra £580m was being set aside for the armed forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and other commitments overseas. The cost t

MPs Dismiss US Torture Denials as \'Disingenuous\' and \'Beyond Belief\'

Assurances by Condoleezza Rice, the US Secretary of State, that America did not send detainees abroad for torture were dismissed last night by a Cross

US Frigate Fires at Scottish Cargo Boat

AN American warship fired four warning shots across the bow of a tiny Scots cargo boat - just a mile off the coast of Rhum. The USS Klakring radioe

Nobel Prize Winner - \" Nuclear Weapons Should Have No Role\"

From the acceptance speech delivered at the Nobel Awards Ceremony in Oslo by Mohamed Elbaradei, head of the IAEA, winner of the 2005 Peace Prize:-

Call On UK Government To Meet Own WMD Commitments

SNP Defence spokesperson Angus Robertson MP has tabled a Motion calling on the Government to meet its international commitments to eradicating nuclear

AWE Aldermaston - Laser Facility - Call for a Public Inquiry

Act Now to Stop the Next Generation of Nuclear Weapons West Berkshire Council at their last Planning Meeting (23/11/05) deferred their consideratio

Use of Trident Would be Illegal

The use of a Trident nuclear missile, or its successor, would breach international law, the government is warned today. Even the threat to use nuclear

SNP call for debate on Trident Replacement

The Scottish National Party are planning to launch a cross-party bill in the new year which would call for full parliamentary scrutiny of government p

1970s nuclear war plans revealed

Plans detailing how Britain would be run during a nuclear war are among files declassified by the National Archives. The Prime Minister and civil s