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July 2016

The long-awaited parliamentary debate and vote on Trident replacement due for October will now take place at 10 pm Monday 18th July. Join the massive protest rally outside. Brought forward by the bellicosity of Theresa May to win her place as PM, It isn’t yet known whether … Continue reading

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Wrap Up Trident !

Greetings! Our banner was proudly carried with help of friends from other areas on the recent Wrap Up Trident demo on 25th January at the Houses of Parliament. Next street stall: Saturday 28 February 11:00 to 12:30 – please contact Penny Wright.

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October 2013

CAMPAIGNING IN BRENTWOOD AGAINST TRIDENT OUR STATEMENT Brentwood Against Trident (BAT) calls upon the Government to halt all further development of Trident for the following reasons: • Nuclear weapons provide no protection against current and actual threats to this country, … Continue reading

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July 2013 Special campaigning edition

WHAT SHALL WE DO ABOUT TRIDENT? After the inspiring Bruce Kent meeting on April 26th a few of us got together to try to work out how we could translate his words into action. We brainstormed a lot of ideas … Continue reading

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June 2013

IF IT’S FRIDAY IT MUST BE BRENTWOOD Bruce Kent’s visit to Brentwood on Friday, 26 April was an inspiring talk to a packed, standing-room only audience of nearly 60 people, which left us all talking excitedly afterwards and was a … Continue reading

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Winter 2013

Bruce Kent to visit Brentwood During the month of April, following on from the major CND demonstration at Aldermaston on Easter Monday (April 1 – see inside pages) Bruce Kent will be making a whistle-stop tour of the UK to … Continue reading

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Autumn 2012

FINLAND TO LEAD BID FOR A NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREE MIDDLE EAST Just imagine a country where a cabinet minister is a member of the peace movement.   Then try to imagine a land where the defence secretary wears a CND badge.   … Continue reading

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