Nuclear Weapons: Trident is the Answer, Now What was the Question?

Next month, parliament will vote on whether to replace Britain’s Trident nuclear missile submarines with a new and similar system. There is little doubt the proposal will be approved with support from the Conservative opposition. But the facts used to back the government’s favourite option raise as many questions as answers. The future of Britain’s defence is in doubt.

The World Today Updated 15 October 2020 Published 1 February 2007 4 minute READ

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