Hiroshima: do the British Members of Parliament remember?

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When Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May said she’d press the nuclear button during the July 18 vote on Trident, what does that mean on the 71st anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing? Trident Part 2. Trident Part 1. by Rebecca Johnson via … Read More

Trident’s a relic of a bygone age. Will you join us on Saturday to march against it?

by Caroline Lucas, Nicola Sturgeon and Leanne Wood On Saturday we will put our party allegiances aside and march together for a Britain free from nuclear weapons. As elected politicians, our overwhelming priority is to protect the safety of the people we represent, and … Read More

Trident rally is Britain’s biggest anti-nuclear march in a generation

Thousands of protesters including Jeremy Corbyn and other party leaders gather in London for CND march and rally by Mark Townsend via The Guardian      Thousands of protesters have assembled in central London for Britain’s biggest anti-nuclear weapons rally in a … Read More