Sir Kim Darroch called Trump's ditching of Iranian nuclear pact "diplomatic vandalism."
Note that Johnson failed to talk Trump around…doesn't bode well for him if he becomes PM https://t.co/chUDW1PLTh
— Debbie Abrahams MP (@Debbie_abrahams) July 14, 2019
Brexit to end the UK's nuclear weapons programme? Both a huge waste of resources that could be put to better use and I'd like to see us without either of them #Brexit #Nukes #WastedCash – https://t.co/OsWcjM7Gqg
— Deidre Brock MP (@DeidreBrock) July 5, 2019
Both candidates for the Liberal Democrat leadership say they would press the nuclear button.
That is nothing to be proud of.
— Fabian Hamilton (@FabianLeedsNE) July 2, 2019
This is multilateral nuclear disarmament
If your MP says they support that you need to ask them urgently why we haven't signed @nuclearban and if they are supporting it
Otherwise they are at serious risk of being a hypocrite https://t.co/MEx1W9D4mH
— Molly Scott Cato MEP (@MollyMEP) June 29, 2019
Cracking speech from @CarolineLucas on the Pyramid Stage at #Glastonbury2019 on why we need to #ScrapTrident, Britain's nuclear weapons system, and get behind the UN's #NuclearBan treaty. #CNDatGlasto pic.twitter.com/Iw5R9f9E9K
— CND (@CNDuk) June 29, 2019
The task of dealing with our obsolete nuclear submarines has been ignored for over 50 years. A clear timetable and funding for a full dismantling and recycling programme is vital, writes @LukePollard https://t.co/xsVVFKvdFm
— The House (@theHouse_mag) June 27, 2019
If President Trump wants to prevent Iran developing nuclear weapons, the United States must honour the terms of the JCPOA.
Instead of blindly following Donald Trump into conflict with Iran, Jeremy Hunt should work with our allies to de-escalate tensions in the Middle East. pic.twitter.com/7TGwZvIv5V
— Fabian Hamilton (@FabianLeedsNE) June 25, 2019