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Could Labour change its tune on Trident?

7 June 2024

1:59 AM

7 June 2024

1:59 AM

As election day looms closer, parliamentary candidates continue to wreak havoc on party campaigns. This time Labour is in the spotlight over the issue of national security, defence and, specifically, its position on Trident — one of the issues on which the public rate the Tories over Starmer’s army.

Sir Keir Starmer promised his party would ensure a ‘nuclear triple lock’ — which would maintain Britain’s continuous at-sea deterrent (CASD).

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