Work for peace and disarmament

Last edited 28 April 2014 at 1:36pm

40 years ago the international community got together and agreed to work towards eliminating nuclear weapons. But these terrifying weapons of mass destruction are still with us. Greenpeace believes that it’s time for the nine nuclear countries - including Britain - to start serious negotiations to reduce and eventually eliminate their nuclear arsenals, and focus instead on the real challenge facing the world - building a safer, greener future for us all.

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Reduce nuclear arms, set an example

Sandra Butcher, senior program coordinator, international secretariat, Pugwash. This article first appeared in Comment is Free on Monday 22 March....
Posted by jossc - 22 March, 2010 - 15:38

Army chief sees no need to replace Trident

Trident: replacement costs are spiralling out of control Former chief of defence staff, Lord Guthrie, said last night that the UK should consider cutting...
Posted by louise - 11 March, 2010 - 13:54

Trident - a financial projection from Greenpeace

What a pain it must be to be in charge of the nation's finances in these challenging economic times. It's easy to imagine the Chancellor, Alistair Darling,...
Posted by jossc - 8 December, 2009 - 11:13

Brown proposes paltry Trident cut

With great fanfare and just ahead of the Labour party conference Gordon Brown has launched his contribution to nuclear disarmament on the world – reducing the...
Posted by louise - 23 September, 2009 - 15:17 -

£97 billion for Trident: five times government estimates

This week's news has been dominated by debate about the dire economic outlook facing the nation, and the likely severity of the cutbacks we'll need to...
Posted by louise - 18 September, 2009 - 06:35 -

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