CND UK chief: Trident renewal against the will of Scotland could lead to independence
Kate Hudson claims UK faces "best chance ever" of nuclear disarmament ahead of mass demonstration
CAMPAIGN FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT leader Kate Hudson has said that forcing Trident nuclear weapons on Scotland could trigger a future vote for Scottish independence.
First minister to make keynote speech at historic anti-Trident rally
SNP MP in bid to ban nuclear weapons convoys through Scotland's streets
Convoys carrying Trident weapons through streets have history of safety incidents
THE TRANSPORTATION of nuclear weapons through densely populated areas will be debated in Westminster today [20 January] after an SNP MP secured a Ten Minute Motion on the issue.
SNP Member of Parliament Owen Thompson has put forward a motion in the House of Commons to restrict the transportation of nuclear warheads and MPs will debate the issue following Prime Minister's questions.
Anti-Trident Emily Thornberry takes military role in Labour reshuffle ahead of weapons debate
Hilary Benn maintains his position in a restrained cabinet reshuffle
ANTI-TRIDENT Labour MP Emily Thornberry has taken over as party military spokesperson in the shadow cabinet reshuffle ahead of the crucial debate on renewing the UK's weapons of mass destruction.
The MP for Islington South and Finsbury, who voted against Trident renewal in 2007 and who has spoken previously at a disarmament rally, replaces Maria Eagle in the post, who was a known advocate of Trident renewal.
Explainer: How can Trident be disarmed?
Many politicians claim they want nuclear weapons disarmament but support Trident renewal
THE WEEKEND saw the annual conference of the Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (SCND) meet amid some of the most promising developments for the campaign in its 58-year history.
SNP defence spokesman: Create a 'Scottish people's movement' for direct action on Trident
Westminster "determined" to force Trident renewal on Scotland despite "incredibly wide" consensus of opposition
SNP Westminster defence spokesperson Brendan O'Hara MP has said he would not object to "peaceful direct action" if Westminster votes to renew Trident amid widespread opposition in Scotland.
Bill Ramsay: Why it's worth paying attention to defence and security committees
SNP CND chair Bill Ramsay outlines points raised at a recent Commons defence select committee ahead of another gathering tomorrow
WHEN the analytical tools of the 2015 Strategic Deference and Security Review are applied to the prospect of Scottish independence it seems that the Yes movement is a grade one threat while Bashir Al Assad is grade two.
Andy Burnham over-rules Scottish Labour Trident debate
UK Labour leadership hopeful says Trident is the "ultimate reserved issue"
UK LABOUR leadership contender Andy Burnham has rebuffed attempts by Scottish Labour to establish an autonomous position on the Trident nuclear weapons system.
Hiroshima 70th anniversary: SNP MSP condemns "immoral" Trident
Trident condemned by SNP on anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but failure to oppose Nato nuclear alliance questioned
BILL KIDD MSP has renewed the SNP's call for complete nuclear disarmament and has condemned the UK Government's stockpiling of "immoral" weapons on the Clyde.
The call comes on the 70th anniversary of the US atom bomb on Hiroshima, with another exploding on the Japanese city of Nagasaki a few days later, the only two nuclear weapons ever to be used on civilian populations.