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  What does your MP at Westminster think about nuclear weapons ?  
Berwickshire, Roxburgh & Selkirk

Michael Moore MP

Lib Dem

Against the proposal to replace Trident
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11 Island Street, Galashiels, TD1 1NZ

- say what you think about the Government's plans for nuclear weapons in Scotland. If you include your postal address then you should get a reply.
Views on nuclear weapons:

Secretary of State for Scotland

2009 - Signed EDM 1883 calling for Trident to be included in the Defence Review. Signed EDM 660 calling for a delay in the Initial Gate of Trident Replacement.

14 March 2007 - Voted against the Government motion which called for the renewal of Trident

November 2006 - Replied to survey -

"The Liberal Democrats believe we should
· Retain the current Trident system but cutting Britain’s nuclear weapons by half, retaining only up to 100 warheads.
· Extend the life span of the current Trident system and keep options open on a final decision until at least 2014 in order to allow a clearer picture to develop with regard to nuclear proliferation and to threats to Britain, its neighbours and allies.
· Use the cut in warheads to kick-start multilateral disarmament talks and send a strong signal to non-nuclear weapons states that Britain takes its obligations under the Non-Proliferation Treaty seriously.
· Favour the most cost effective replacement for the current Trident system being a submarine system based on the Trident missile of 3 boats carrying no more than 24 warheads each."

2005 - Supported EDM 1113 calling for a debate on Trident replacement

Lib Dems are carrying out a review of party policy with a decision due at their conference in Spring 2007.
Shadow Foriegn Secretary