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Britain plans to spend £3bn on new nuclear warheads

According to information gained under the Freedom of Information Act published in the Guardian, the decision to build new warheads has already been taken - as AWPC has been saying since 2002!

Nuclear Information Service Legal Challenge to Trident Replacement

On Tuesday 10 June the High Court will hear an application by the Nuclear Information Service for a judicial review of the decision to replace Trident.

Trident plant shut down in safety alert

Work at missile factory was suspended in secret after watchdog threatened to withhold licence

* Observer
* Sunday May 25 2008

NII stops all live nuclear work at Burghfield

Catalogue of safety problems halts work on nuclear weapons
Ban on maintenance has far-reaching implications
Sunday Herald 27th April 2008
By Rob Edwards, Environment Editor

Aldermaston - lies revealed and last call for Easter Monday registrations

cnd posterEaster Monday organisers say that coach places and overnight accommodation

Camp is NOT closing!

camp womenContrary to today's frontpage Independent story, the women's peace camp is

The bomb stops here - short film from AWPC

This Easter Monday - 24 March - marks the 50th anniversary of the first march to Aldermaston and CND have called a national "surround the base" event, with a broad range of groups participating.

AWPC challenges denial of right to freedom of assembly

socpa signA legal challenge to byelaws at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) Alder

Safety warning at nuclear bomb plant (New Scientist)

The UK's nuclear bomb factory has been struggling to remedy as many as 1000
safety defects uncovered by the government's official watchdog. It is