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15 January 2015
Katharine Hamnett CBE talks to Kate Hudson, chair of CND, about public money being wasted on the Trident nuclear submarine system in the UK.
By Luke James in Britain:
Wednesday 4th March 2015
Two-thirds want end to £100bn nuclear waste
A representative survey by CND of the party’s candidates, including sitting MPs, showed 75 per cent are against wasting £100 billion on new nuclear weapons.
And that rises to 80 per cent among candidates standing in Labour’s 106 target seats and most likely to be elected to Parliament on May 7.
Just 18 per cent of the party’s prospective MPs said they plan to vote for the system’s renewal in 2016.
CND general secretary Kate Hudson said: “It’s no surprise that, when faced with the debilitating cuts to the NHS and other public services, the majority of public opinion is against wasting £100bn on a cold-war weapons system.
A BBC survey of would-be MPs published to coincide with Labour conference showed more than half supported scrapping Trident.
And the latest poll provides further proof of growing opposition to Trident among the new crop of Labour candidates.
Richard Burgon, who is standing in Leeds East, was one of the 79 candidates who responded to the survey.
Current Labour MP for Leeds East George Mudie voted to retain Trident in 2007.
But Mr Burgon said: “I oppose the replacement of Trident and support a global ban on nuclear weapons.
“Opposing the replacement of Trident is not only right as part of a practical strategy to create a safer world — it will also save the British government £100bn which should be spent on hospitals, schools and job creation.”
The Star reported how shadow defence secretary Vernon Coaker vowed to maintain Britain’s nuclear submarine fleet in a debate on Trident in January. Its supporters were accused of ramping up cold-war rhetoric to justify spending on the system.
Ms Hudson pointed out yesterday that Trident would do nothing to keep Britain safe from terrorism, cyber warfare or natural disasters caused by climate change.
She said: “It’s high time the Labour Party’s leadership recognised that and made the historic and progressive choice to get rid of the lot.”