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The Atomic Bomb

There’s a hopeful story around, though within the UK it is yet little more than a whisper. At the end of March the UN will begin negotiations for a global ban on nuclear weapons. In October last year 123 nations voted for this, with 38 opposing and 16 abstaining. It is likely that by July of this year there will be a treaty in place, along the lines of the bans on landmines and chemical weapons. It’s the biggest thing in nuclear disarmament for decades.

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