This video from England says about itself:
16 March 2016
Momentum at the National Demo in London.
From the Sunday Mirror in Britain:
A Trident II D5 missile may have veered off in the wrong direction off the coast of Florida after it was launched from HMS Vengeance in June last year, according to reports
By Dan Bloom and Courtney Greatrex
23:22, 21 JAN 2017. Updated 08:37, 22 JAN 2017
A failed Trident missile test was allegedly covered up by Downing Street just weeks before MPs were due to vote on its nuclear weapons programme.
A Trident II D5 missile may have veered off in the wrong direction off the coast of Florida after it was launched from HMS Vengeance in June last year, according to reports.
It is believed that the test was intended to be fired 5,600 miles to a sea target off the west coast of Africa.
But the missile suffered an in-flight malfunction after launching out of the water, which is believed to be the reason for it veering off course towards America.
A source told the newspaper: “There was major panic at the highest level of government and the military”.
The House of Commons backed the renewal of the Trident missile system in July 2016 – just a month after the test was covered up.
MPs approved the manufacture of four replacement submarines at an estimated cost of £31bn, with another £10bn for potential overspending.
The decision was slammed by anti-nuclear activists, who said the lifetime cost of the project would be over £100bn and help the deadly weapons proliferate across the world.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has long campaigned against nuclear weapons and Labour was split three ways, with 140 MPs voting for renewing Trident – the official party policy [a leftover from the Tony Blair days] – 47 voting against and 41 abstaining or not turning up.
In all 322 Tory MPs voted for renewing Trident and just one, Crispin Blunt, voted against. Four abstained.
The Conservative government’s attempt to cover up the potentially catastrophic failure of a Trident ballistic missile has blown up in its face: here.
British nuclear submarine crew have faced sex, drink and drug allegations. Alleged offences were carried out while serving on nuclear-powered and nuclear-armed subs, including four Vanguards, which carry the Trident missile system: here.