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Coalition faces split over Trident nuclear replacement | guardian.co.uk

As defence secretary confirms £1bn contract for plant, Lib Dems confirm campaign for alternative to Tory plans for 2016 by Nicholas Watt A replacement for Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent will become highly contentious at the next general election after the Liberal Democrats confirmed that they will campaign for an alternative and the SNP rejected the presence of “weapons of mass ...

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Hartung: Cut costs by losing the bombs | newsday.com

It was a fascinating outburst. During last week’s House of Representatives debate over an amendment to delay spending on a new nuclear bomber, Rep. Norm Dicks (D-Wash.) — a member in good standing of the bomber lobby — blurted out that if amendment co-sponsor Rep. Ed Markey (D-Mass.) “wants to look at something [to cut], tell him to look at ...

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Curveball could face jail for warmongering, says German MP | The Guardian

A German politician has warned that the CIA informant Curveball could go to jail after telling the Guardian that he lied about Saddam Hussein’s bioweapons capability in order to “liberate” Iraq. Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi, who was given the name Curveball by his US and German handlers, told the German secret service that Iraq had a secret biological weapons programme. ...

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