Early day motion 37

October 2014

TRIDENT REPLACEMENT

  • Session: 2014-15
  • That this House notes the findings of the National Security Strategy that a nuclear weapon threat from another state is of low likelihood; further notes a procurement cost of £25 billion and an estimated lifetime cost of over £100 billion for the replacement of the Trident nuclear weapon system; believes that there are greater spending priorities both at the Ministry of Defence and across other departments; and urges the Government not to replace Trident.

  • West Midlands MP’s which have signed so far:
  • Roger Godsiff – Birmingham Hall Green