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Outrageous Behaviour by Newbury Police

As predicted by the CPS, the four camp women were duly charged with wilful obstruction of the highway when they answered bail on 18th May at Newbury Police Station (together with four other

Decisive outcome for bailed women

"It goes" - In a dramatic last minute result, District Judge Crabtree at Reading Court yesterday threw out all the bail conditions imposed on four camp women by Thames Valley Police and the MoD aft

Bail hearing: second attempt

Due to a combination of police and CPS incompetence,  last Wednesday's bail hearing didn't happen.

Women campaigners to challenge police abuse of power



Trident replacement is for a generation, not just for an election.

Press Release: West Berkshire to rubber stamp Uranium Facility?

West Berkshire councillors seem set on Wednesday to rubber-stamp plans to build an Enriched Uranium Facility at Aldermaston.

NIS Press Release: 61% say No to AWE Uranium Facility

 A street survey conducted by local environmental groups shows that a large majority of local people think that the proposed new Enriched Uranium Facility at AWE Aldermaston should not be built.

Bikes not Bombs coming to Aldermaston

Cycling network Bikes not Bombs (BnB) are headed for AWE Aldermaston on 15 February 2010 to join the Trident Ploughshares-organised "Big Blockade".

UPDATE: January camp cancelled, change to training venue

Due to the adverse weather conditions currently being experienced - and predicted for this weekend - AWPC has decided to cancel this month's camp.

Extension gained for Pegasus objections

After receiving requests from AWPC and the Nuclear Information Service, West Berkshire Council have agreed an extension to the public consultation period for the planning application for the Pegasus