Author Archives: Richard Millwood

Summer 2012

I-can I’m sure many of you will re- member the name of ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) which has been campaigning since 1995 to get the UN to negotiate a treaty which would outlaw nuclear weapons throughout the … Continue reading

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Spring 2011

LET THE COALITION HEAR IT ON MARCH 26 CUT TRIDENT NOT WELFARE  On Saturday, March 26th CND will be joining up with unions, charities and other campaigning groups in a huge demonstration to show the Coalition that they have got … Continue reading

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January 2011

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR MEMBERS OUR NUMBER ONE RESOLUTION IS STILL THE CANCELLATION OF TRIDENT As each new year comes around there are reasons to be dejected about our campaign but also glimmers of hope that lead us … Continue reading

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Spring 2010

The Peace Vote and the General Election By the time you receive this WIRE it is possible that the long awaited announcement of a General Election will have been made and the date become public.  Many CND members have a … Continue reading

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Autumn 2010

TRIDENT DECISION TO BE DELAYED First it was leaked on Radio 4’s 6am news a week before the LibDem Conference, next there were strong hints from the Conference itself, the Guardian then followed with an article on 25th September and … Continue reading

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Summer 2010

BRENTWOOD TO HOST TWO CND EVENTS THIS SUMMER PEACE WALK END THE AFGHAN WAR SUPPORT WAR RESISTERS Monday 28th June /Tuesday 29th June In a few days time Brentwood CND and Brent- wood Cathedral will be offering hospitality to the … Continue reading

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January 2010

2010 DECISIVE YEAR FOR NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT Welcome to the New Year and a year which is going to bring us the best chance yet for meaningful negotiations towards reducing and ultimately abolishing nuclear weapons.   In May this year the nuclear … Continue reading

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