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Spend, spend, and overspend on Trident replacement

This week Peter Mandelson and others have been giving the impression that spending on the Trident replacement programme might be up for budget cuts.

New website to be launched soon

AWPC's new website will be launched in July or August. Watch this space.

Aldermaston byelaws judicial review decision, 5 February

The decision on whether the Aldermaston byelaw criminalising camping on MoD land outside the fence will be heard on Thursday 5 February at 10.15 at the High Court (Strand, London).

US company Jacob's Engineering buys into AWE Aldermaston

A third share of AWE ml, the joint venture company contracted to run AWE Aldermaston, has been sold to a US company.

Appeal against Judicial Review of Byelaws

The appeal was heard on 26 November; no date was given for delivery of the decision. Watch this space.

Byelaws judicial review appeal

The appeal will take place at 10.30am on 26 November in Cout 70,

New report reveals extent of danger at Burghfield during June 2007 floods

From NIS press release, dated 13 October 2008:

Case dismissed: first SOCPA 128 on nuclear licensed site

A District Judge at Newbury today dismissed a case of trespass on a nuclear licensed site against an Aldermaston peace campaigner.

Press Release: Peace-woman to be prosecuted under Anti-Terrorism legislation

fence peace flagJuliet McBride of Aldermaston Women's Peace Camp (AWPC), will appear bef

Press release: Government's lies on Trident warhead replacement revealed

AWPC issued this statement following confirmation that a decision to replace Trident warheads has already been taken (see next item for Guardian article).