Good first steps but this falls far short of the fully funded programme we need to deal with legacy submarines in Devonport and Rosyth. Key here is funding and ‘borrowing’ line of credit for civil nuclear clean up to include these subs. https://t.co/oNQ04z94Ou
— Luke Pollard MP (@LukePollard) April 12, 2019
In debate on nuclear weapons, minister unable to answer what moral authority we have to lecture other countries not to acquire nukes, when we ourselves are upgrading ours?
Does he really believe world where all countries have nukes would be safer than one we have today? @CNDuk
— Caroline Lucas (@CarolineLucas) April 10, 2019
I am proud of my family record, historically & currently, in armed forces & I won’t be lectured to about my respect for service personnel. Of course I am grateful for work of submariners. It is telling @GavinWilliamson went low when I asked him about nuclear sub decommissioning https://t.co/NWI8f7lBem
— Neil Gray MSP (@neilcgray) April 12, 2019
🥀 Jeremy Corbyn abandoned his principles and the majority of Labour MPs voted with the Tories to impose Trident on Scotland against our will.
☮️ Nuclear weapons are abhorrent and a huge waste of money. The only way to remove them from Scotland is with independence. pic.twitter.com/8Br0nDctdD
— The SNP (@theSNP) April 10, 2019
@BASIC_int point out underwater unmanned, networked drone technology is advancing. It will revolutionise anti-submarine warfare. These technologies could render Trident obsolete. #CASDdebate
— Douglas Chapman MP 🏴 (@DougChapmanSNP) April 10, 2019