From British daily The Independent:
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament has signalled its resurgence by agreeing a 50 per cent increase in its staffing levels and campaigning budget as it fights the Government’s plans to replace Trident and allow a new generation of nuclear power stations.
CND‘s membership fell from a peak of 110,000 in 1983, when the Cold War made nuclear weapons a burning issue, to 32,000 last year.
But since Tony Blair’s announcement in May that nuclear power was “back on the agenda with a vengeance”, the organisation has had a 300 per cent rise in new members.
CND and Britain in the 1960s: here.