Nuclear Weapon-Free Wales
That this House believes in a nuclear weapon-free Wales; does not support the comments of the First Minister of Wales that there would be a welcome for housing the UK submarine fleet in Milford Haven; believes that the number of potential jobs created would be far smaller than that suggested; expresses concern about the safety considerations of a nuclear fleet in close proximity to Milford Haven'sliquefied natural gasterminalsand oil refineries, which where amongst the reasons for deciding against locating Polaris in Milford Haven in 1963; warns against future expenditure upon a new generation of weapons of mass destruction; and calls on plans to replace Trident to be scrapped.
This motion has been signed by a total of 14 MPs.
|Elfyn Llwyd||19/06/2012||Dwyfor Meirionnydd||Plaid Cymru||Proposed|
|Hywel Williams||19/06/2012||Arfon||Plaid Cymru||Seconded|
|Jonathan Edwards||19/06/2012||Carmarthen East and Dinefwr||Plaid Cymru||Seconded|
|Paul Flynn||20/06/2012||Newport West||Labour||Seconded|
|Jeremy Corbyn||21/06/2012||Islington North||Labour||Seconded|
|John McDonnell||25/06/2012||Hayes and Harlington||Labour||Signed|
|Kelvin Hopkins||25/06/2012||Luton North||Labour||Signed|
|Caroline Lucas||26/06/2012||Brighton, Pavilion||Green||Signed|
|Michael Weir||26/06/2012||Angus||Scottish National Party||Signed|
|Virendra Sharma||26/06/2012||Ealing, Southall||Labour||Signed|
|Eilidh Whiteford||04/07/2012||Banff and Buchan||Scottish National Party||Signed|
|Mark Williams||17/07/2012||Ceredigion||Liberal Democrat||Signed|
|Alasdair McDonnell||11/09/2012||Belfast South||Social Democratic and Labour Party||Signed|
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