Corrupt British War Secretary resigns, good riddance

Liam Fox-Werritty scandal, cartoon

16 October 2011.

Liam Fox will not do Trident renewal anymore.

Trident is a colossal waste of money that will encourage further nuclear proliferation: here.

Britain: Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament activists fighting a multibillion-pound replacement for the Trident weapons system were boosted at the weekend by the resignation of sleaze-hit Tory defence secretary Liam Fox.

Disgraced former defence secretary Liam Fox faced a police probe into allegations of fraud and breach of donation laws today as more details on his links with sleazy pal Adam Werritty hit the headlines: here.


G3 Good Governance Group paid £15,000 to Werritty’s company Pargav and also has an ongoing contract with BAE. More here.

How Scottish independence could spell the end of Trident: here.

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