Jeremy Corbyn has stepped down as the chairman of the Parliament’s Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) group amid a battle in the Labour Party over his continued opposition to the renewal of Trident. The Labour leader has been heavily criticised by moderate MPs for his role in the campaign for unilateral disarmament. Mr Corbyn faces tensions within his own party over the renewal of the UK’s nuclear deterrent, after three senior party moderates calling support for Trident a “fundamental red line”.
Telegraph 12th Jan 2016 read more »
LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has been savaged by a trade union boss in the latest row over Trident jobs. GMB general secretary Paul kenny accused Mr Corbyn of throwing jobs ‘down the swanee’, with his determination to scrap the nuclear programme.
Plymouth Herald 12th Jan 2016 read more »