This report (see left) explains that de-activating and dismantling the Trident nuclear weapons system is not an impossible task and outlines how this process can be achieved in eight specific phases over four years.
This report looks into why Trident could not be located in an alternative location to Faslane in Scotland, using the Ministry of Defence's own assessments.
Devonport naval base, in the middle of the city of Plymouth, plays an important role in the maintenance of the UK's nuclear-armed submarines. Find out more in this report.
All the facts continue to stack up against Britain’s nuclear weapons system, not least its legality. This report looks into how the UK is breaking international law by developing a new system.
This report looks into the links between the US and Britain's nuclear weapons system. It concludes that it would be both technically and politically impossible for the UK to have nuclear weapons without the US' support.
The development and maintenance of the Trident nuclear weapon system, and its planned replacement, is a huge operation. Work takes place in bases all over the United Kingdom - find out more in this report.
A handy guide on how to speak to your MP about nuclear weapons.