This 4 April 2015 video from Scotland says about itself:
By Joana Ramiro and Luke James in Britain:
Friday 7th August 2015
Labour MP calls for rethink of £83.7bn spend
It included the creation of a Defence Diversity Agency (DDA) to oversee redeployment of Trident workers into other industries.
Speaking at a memorial event in Tavistock Square, Mr Corbyn told activists: “We’ve got to win people over to peace.
“Most people that manufacture the submarines are technically absolutely brilliant, very intelligent, very technically able to produce these things.
“Those are skills that must not be lost.”
Mr Corbyn’s proposal comes ahead of a vote in Parliament next year on Trident renewal.
Britain currently has four Trident submarines, each carrying missiles with more destructive power than the bomb that killed 140,000 civilians in Hiroshima in 1945.
MPs will decide whether to commission a new fleet at the cost of £83.7 billion over its 50-year lifetime.
A new order would safeguard 11,000 jobs connected to Trident, but the money being spent would be enough to sustain 31,000 jobs in manufacturing, green energy and medical industries, according to Mr Corbyn.
He said: “We should reconfigure the basis of what we’re doing away from mass destruction and use the skills of those people to deal with the real problems of poverty, inequality and environmental destruction.”
Unite the union, which represents many workers whose jobs depend on Trident, is backing Mr Corbyn.
PRESS coverage of Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign has an undercurrent of: “How did this nobody do so well?” This shows that Britain’s political reporters are really Westminster reporters. The politics which transformed our country came from below, but our reporters spend most of their time looking for small changes at the top. And when the rank and file intrude, they seem a bit cross: here.
LABOUR has given the Tories “a blank cheque” to renew Trident, campaigners stormed yesterday after delegates at the party’s annual conference voted against debating nuclear weapons. Party leftwingers, including new leader Jeremy Corbyn, had hoped that Trident would be debated at the conference for the first time since 1993: here.
JAPAN marked the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima yesterday, with Mayor Kazumi Matsui renewing calls for global nuclear disarmament: here.