Say No to Weapons of Mass Destruction

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The UK Parliament will vote today on renewing the Trident weapons system.

These weapons of mass destruction, imposed on Scotland, do not make us safer and should have no part in our future. The real threats facing human security in the 21st century are related to issues like energy, food, climate change and global injustice, and we should be looking to set an example as a peaceful nation that promotes global humanitarian interests.

We will pursue every avenue to pressure Westminster to not only reject renewal, but to get rid of the exisiting nuclear weapons stored on the Clyde.

We need your help to help us make sure that Scotland can have a future without nuclear weapons - please sign our petition and share it with your friends and family.

You can also join demonstrations across Scotland organised by Scrap Trident, see their website and facebook event for further details.

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Latest Campaign Updates

Finnie: UK’s UN failure leaves no British option to scrap trident

28 October, 2016 - 14:26

A British road to nuclear disarmament “no longer exists” says a Green MSP, after the United Kingdom refused to join with 123 nations at the United Nations to hold a global summit to abolish nuclear weapons.

Green MSP John Finnie has also urged Jeremy Corbyn supporters in Scotland to back scrapping Trident via independence, calling it the “only realistic prospect” of removing nuclear weapons from Britain.

Public services funding should come before Trident renewal says Green MSP

18 July, 2016 - 11:17

The funding of public services should take priority ahead of renewing Trident says Green MSP Mark Ruskell.

On Monday (18 July), the House of Commons will vote on whether to renew the weapons of mass destruction, based at the Faslane naval base, and the Mid-Scotland and Fife MSP wants to work with MPs and MSPs from all political parties to see the system scrapped.