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Militarism

The November 2017 Budget and Spending on War Preparations (euphemistically called “defence”)

The government’s autumn 2017 budget document shows “defence” spending in 2018-19 to be £49,000,000,000 (49 billion pounds) – that is, preparations for war. The Peace Party would replace this with the development of the eight Pillars of Peace: the good ways of keeping us secure and safe.

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Clues to UK’s Safety and Security after leaving the European Union

Members of The Peace Party and many others in the UK and across Europe have always known that the European Union and its forerunners have helped to produce a positive peacefulness across the continent for over 70 years. How might The Government’s “White Paper” “The United Kingdom’s exit from and new partnership with the European Union” show a continuation of that peacefulness?

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What could be the effects of the election of the new US President?

The Peace Party expresses its nervousness at the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States of America: more military spending and decreasing security, as war – and terrorism – become more likely.

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Get Rid of Nuclear Weapons Before They Get Rid of Us!

If ever there was a time to get rid of nuclear weapons it surely is now. The man who is about to become the President of the United States is inconsistent, unpredictable and emotionally unstable. And he will be in a position to launch his country’s nuclear […]

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