Monthly Archives: July 2016

Trident issues: corporate profit, cost, job creation, ‘mass murder’

James Lyons, the deputy political editor of the Times reported that, speaking at a NATO summit in Warsaw, David Cameron said certainty about Trident renewal was needed ‘so the investment decisions can go ahead’. Waiting eagerly in the wings are … Continue reading

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Nuclear Brexit: opportunities out of chaos?

In an emessage today, Robert Green writes: “(O)ut of chaos can come opportunities! Maybe this is the shock needed to open up such possibilities?” As many readers will know, Rob is the first former British Navy Commander with nuclear weapons … Continue reading

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