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NUCLEAR WARHEAD CONSTRUCTION AT THE ATOMIC WEAPONS ESTABLISHMENT
EDM #1165
Tabled 11 March 2008
2007-08 Session
That this House notes that the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) at Berkshire has been building nuclear warheads for more than 50 years; also notes that on 24th March 2008 the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) will hold a peaceful demonstration at Aldermaston, not only to protest about its manufacture of nuclear bombs, but also to celebrate 50 years of anti-nuclear protest in the UK; congratulates Aldermaston Women's Peace Camps, established in 1985, for their steadfast on-site resistance to the role of AWE in developing nuclear warheads; recalls that in 2002, AWE Management Ltd published a plan to develop new facilities worth £5 billion, including state-of-the-art computers, which could support the development of new nuclear weapons without the need for a nuclear weapon test explosion, banned under the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty; and expresses support for CND's protest at AWE on 24th March 2008.

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