This common sense study dispels some of the myths surrounding a force of nature
The South Pacific islands still suffer from nuclear bomb testing during the Cold War
The flights were between the UK and the United States
A leading Russian scientist criticised the idea, saying it was like 'using a steam-hammer to crack a nut'
William McNeilly raised several security concerns about Britain's nuclear weapons systems, including missing IDs and unchecked bags
The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament announced that the Labour leader would be a star speaker
Paul Kenny warned that his union did not intend to stand by and allow Labour to ditch its support for renewing Trident
The shadow defence secretary says new technologies are being developed to expose submarines
The War Room was faced with a scenario that has haunted strategists since civil war broke out in Ukraine: potential Russian military involvement in Latvia and Estonia
Labour peer Admiral Lord West has been a leading critic of the party leader's stance on the missile system
The Conservatives want to hold a snap vote in the House of Commons to approve the construction of four new submarines
CND may have slipped off the news bulletins, but it never went out of existence
The offer to his Labour critics of Trident without nuclear warheads is rather like offering a chocolate-free Mars bar
Mr Rouhani said the deal 'opened new windows for engagement with the world'
The Labour leadership is attempting to reach an accomodation with trade unions on the policy of nuclear weapons
Nuclear weapons are on the one hand necessary to keep us safe, but on the other hand we want them banned worldwide