Nuclear bomb bases on the Clyde are being targeted with blockades, break-ins and a series of other protests next month. The campaign group, Trident Ploughshares, is organising a disarmament camp at an ancient oak woodland it owns near the UK’s nuclear weapons store at Coulport on Loch Long from 8-16 July. The protest is timed to coincide with the close of United Nations (UN) negotiations between 130 countries on a treaty banning nuclear weapons. The UK government, along with other nuclear weapons states, has boycotted the talks in New York.
Herald 25th June 2017 read more »
The Labour leader reportedly told the Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis that he would be in Downing Street within six months and would begin getting rid of the nuclear weapons systems. Mr Eavis recounted a conversation he had had with Mr Corbyn backstage to an audience on Sunday at the Somerset festival.
Express 25th June 2017 read more »