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Asked whether the Prime Minister feared that any replacement for Trident might counter our commitments under the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Treaty, the PMOS said there was a review going on regarding the issue, and he was not going to get ahead of it.

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  1. Nice to know that the public have some say on it. After all, we don’t have a network of hardened bunkers, radiation early warning systems, and plane flights out of here to safe destinations when this policy leads to a problem that leaves us all cooked.

    Comment by Julian Todd — 7 Nov 2005 on 7:06 pm | Link

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