Find out more about the UK's nuclear weapons system, Trident, and the government's plans for even more nuclear warheads.
CND's report looks into why nuclear weapons do not keep us safe, and actually put us in greater danger.
Nuclear weapons and climate change are the two existential threats facing us today – find out more about how these two issues are linked.
This handy Q&A answers all your questions about Trident, Britain's nuclear weapons system.
Supporters of the UK’s nuclear weapon system try to justify replacing Trident. CND dispels these unfounded but often repeated myths.
There are far more, better and well-paid jobs to be created by investing £205 billion in other industries rather than on building weapons of mass destruction. Find out more in this report.
CND argues that £205 billion should be spent on people, not nuclear weapons. In this report, we write about what the cost of Britain's nuclear weapons would mean for society if used in different ways.
CND has calculated that replacing Trident, Britain’s nuclear weapons system, will end up costing at least £205 billion. See this itemised break-down for more details.
Convoys carrying nuclear bombs often travel along Britain’s roads. This report looks into the dangers and contains data on the worrying number of safety incidents involving nuclear convoys and the growing risks the convoys are exposed to.
A sixty year-old nuclear agreement between the United Kingdom and United States of America was last renewed in 2014 with no parliamentary debate or vote. What is it and what are its implications for us? Find out in this report.