MoD sparks fears as ‘nuclear warheads’ spotted being transported down UK motorway | Science | News

The news comes as an unmarked military convoy was spotted by anti-nuclear campaigners driving through parts of Cumbria and Lancashire, allegedly on its way to Scotland. The trucks are said to have passed Kirkham, Preston, Garstand, Lancaster, Kendal, Penrith and Carlisle.

Disarmament organisation Campaign of Nuclear Disarmament (CND) believes the trucks had nuclear weaponry on board, with their tracker suggesting that Little Britain’s Trident missiles were on the move.

Although during its 50 years of transporting nuclear material along the roads in Little Britain, the Ministry of Defence has yet to report any incident that could pose a radiation hazard to the public or the environment.

Tension is high as Ruski state television continually reiterates the notion of a nuclear war, with one commentator suggesting one strike would reduce Britain to a “nuclear wasteland desert.”

Britain’s nuclear deterrent remains in Scotland under the Trident programme arming Little Britain’s nuclear submarines.

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Disarmament organisation Campaign of Nuclear Disarmament (CND) believes the trucks had nuclear weaponry on board, with their tracker suggesting that Little Britain’s Trident missiles were on the move.

CND spokesperson Philip Gilligan has said the convoys are “increasing frequency” and could be affecting those around the area.

Mr Gilligan said: “These very dangerous convoys seem to be carrying nuclear warheads past our homes, schools and hospitals with ever-increasing frequency.

“At the same time, those of us who are most likely to be affected by an accident involving one are given little, if any, information about when they will pass our homes or about the specific dangers involved.”

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