In 2013 Nuclear Information Service made significant progress with our core work of monitoring and reporting the risks and costs of the UK’s nuclear weapons programme. The Atomic Weapons Establishment remained an important area of our work, and during the year we highlighted issues relating to structural deterioration of a uranium processing building, the UK-France 'Teutates' treaty for co-operation on warhead science, and AWE's court appearance and fine following a fire in 2010.
Our annual report for 2013 (available to download at the bottom of the page) gives a full account of all the work we undertook over a busy year and also gives an update on the initiatives we have undertaken in co-operation with various partner organisations who are also working on peace and disarmament issues.
Without the help and encouragement of our many friends, supporters, and funders we would not have been able to make such progress, and we would like to thank you all for your ongoing interest and assistance.
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Please download a copy of our annual report for 2013 here: