"Polling reveals that almost two thirds of the British public are opposed to US nuclear weapons in Britain."
"The deployment of the new B61-12 to Europe undermines any prospects for global peace and ensures Britain will be a target in a nuclear conflict."
With the anniversaries of the Nagasaki and Hiroshima bombings in August, it's an important time to reflect on the destruction and challenge the political choice to commit nuclear atrocities.
Today is a day to remember the dead of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, but also to fight for the living – for a world free of nuclear weapons.
Yorkshire Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND)’s Sam Legg reports back from a delegation to Hiroshima earlier this year.
The release of Christopher Nolan’s biopic about Robert J Oppenheimer - leader of the Manhattan project - is driving a lot of questions about nuclear weapons and how they pose risk of global catastrophe.
“I think about nuclear war not because I find it fascinating but because I want to prevent it, to make it unthinkable” - CND celebrates the life of whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg.
"Holding the recent G7 summit in Hiroshima raised hopes that those leaders present would take the opportunity to make a concrete initiative towards disarmament. Such hopes were comprehensively dashed."
"We are fast approaching the situation where a nuclear war will be fought in Europe" - Kate Hudson, CND General Secretary.
"Our key messages are that militarism is a central pillar of the extractive systems that are causing climate change and that not only does climate change cause war, but that war causes climate change."