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Fund education not Trident – join the mass demo in London on Sat 24 January

On Saturday 24 January CND is organising a mass protest in London against government plans to spend £100 billion replacing the Trident nuclear weapons system.

Wrap up Trident

We say instead of nuclear weapons of mass destruction – fund free education, stop the cuts and bring back EMA!

Join the facebook event here.

London protest against Trident
12 noon – 3pm
Saturday 24th January 2015
Ministry of Defence, Horseguards Ave, London
Nearest tube: Charing Cross/Embankment/Westminster

After the 2015 general election, MPs will vote to make a final decision on replacing the Trident nuclear weapons system.

We have to send a clear message to MPs: Trident must be scrapped, not replaced.
Join us encircling government and parliament buildings with a peace scarf knitted by thousands of people.

Let’s meet people’s real needs.

Cut Trident – not jobs, health or education!


12:00 Gather outside the Ministry of Defence, Horseguards Avenue, Westminster
13:00 Encircle the Ministry of Defence and MPs’ Offices, before marching together from Whitehall to Parliament Square
14:00 Rally at Old Palace Yard, outside Parliament


Initial speakers confirmed are:
Jeremy Corbyn (Labour MP), Julie Ward (Labour MEP), Shahrar Ali (Deputy Leader, Green Party), Kate Hudson (CND), Bruce Kent (CND), Lindsey German (Stop the War), Heather Wakefield (UNISON), Rt Revd Alan Williams (Bishop of Brentwood), Khalil Charles (Muslim Association of Britain), Ben Griffin (Veterans for Peace) and spoken word artist Potent Whisper.


Transport arranged from Leeds – contact Yorkshire CND on 01274 730795 to reserve your space.

Transport arranged from Bridgend, Carmarthen, Swansea area – contact Swansea CND on / 01792 830330 to reserve your space.

Please let us know if you’re arranging a coach or minibus from your area and we can advertise the details here.

For more information, contact / 020 7700 2393

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