The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) will host a public meeting in Preston on July 30 to raise awareness of the fact that nuclear weapons are routinely driven past the city.
Anti-nuclear campaigners say nuclear systems transported around six times a year on region’s roads
But the Ministry of Defence said the strictest safety measures were taken to move the Trident weapons – and no incidents had occurred in 50 years
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Out of sight and out of mind: this might be the best way to describe the concept of nuclear weapons to many people.
Ahead of a series of public meetings, Matt Hawkins calls on local communities to join the disarmament movement.