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Do the Scottish Nationalists hold the key to UK nuclear disarmament?

Changes in the electoral landscape provide an opportunity to scrap Trident after the next election.

How realistic are the UK's nuclear emergency plans?

Current emergency planning arrangements at nuclear sites may not be enough to protect the public in the event of a serious accident.

The day crustaceans crippled a nuclear submarine

How a Royal Navy submarine and crew was almost lost off the coast of Africa 2011.

Nuclear power and the proliferation of nuclear weapons: two sides of the same coin

The link between nuclear power and nuclear weapons is unbreakable and dangerous.

Low-level radiation: the Achilles Heel at the heart of nuclear anxiety

At long last, debate is beginning on the health impact of low-level radiation.

Labour: Timid on Trident

Will a progressive policy on Trident win or lose the next election for the Labour Party?

Doublethink and doublespeak at the Foreign Office

What should the peace movement do when faced with the bare-faced nonsense of nuclear weapons?

Public money to cover the costs of "untenable" nuclear risks

In the event of a nuclear accident, financial liabilities can be huge - so the Ministry of Defence wants the public to bail out its nuclear contractors.

'Combat and the Campus' event on video

Combat and the Campus - Nuclear weapons research at Britain's universities

Video now online showing the whole of the launch event for our 'Atoms for Peace?' report.

Universities: it's time for action

Atoms for Peace? The Atomic Weapons Establishment and UK universities

'Atoms for Peace?', the new report from Nuclear Information Service and Medact detailing research links between the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) and British universities, has hit the headlines in the academic press in a big way.

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