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Fiona Hyslop

Opposed to Trident
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Response to 2011 election survey:

Question 1. The Scottish Parliament should continue to call on the UK government not to go ahead with the current proposal to replace Trident.

- Yes

Question 2. The Scottish Parlaiment should call on the UK government to cease the deployment of Trident

- Yes

Question 3. The Scottish Parliament should support a Nuclear Weapons Convention (a global ban on nuclear weapons).

- Yes

Trident debate 14 June 2007
Voted for motion which opposed the renewal of Trident
Views on nuclear weapons:

Replied to survey in November 2006 saying she is opposed to 6the upgrading or raplacing of Trident and said "Scotland does not want a new Trident replacement. The world does not need it."

Replied to survey in June 2005 saying she was opposed to Trident replacement and said "Scotland should not allow itself to be the base for weapons of mass destuction – son of Trident is morally wrong and operationally unjustifiable. I want a Scotland which builds for peace not builds for war”."

Trident debate 21 December 2006
Voted for SNP motion and for Lib Dem amendment opposing Government plans to replace Trident.
Trident debate September 2006:
Voted for SNP motion (opposing Trident replacement) and for Green amendment (diversification)

Trident debate May 2006:

Voted for Green motion (opposing Trident replacement) and for SNP amendment

Supported the following other motions on nuclear weapons::
Motion supporting Scotland's Long Walk for Peace
Took part in Scotland's Long Walk for Peace
Constituency in 2007/2011 Parliament - Lothian Region