US-Russia nuclear disarmament talks to begin, but no sign of China joining in.
Guardian 21st June 2020 read more »
STUDENTS, trade unionists, families with children and an American couple in their early twenties (main image) took part in a 2,000-strong anti-nuclear march in Glasgow in October 1961. One of the biggest contingents was from Glasgow University, where a two-week-old nuclear disarmament club already had 150 members. A CND broadcasting van preceded the marchers, alternating its appeals to “Ban nuclear weapons” and “Free Pat Arrowsmith” with advice to marchers to “keep three abreast”.
Herald 22nd June 2020 read more »