Defence written question – answered on 11th July 2005.
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To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what considerations he took into account in deciding to stop targeting the Trident nuclear deterrent.
The missiles have been detargetted since 1994. The policy of detargetting the United Kingdom's Trident missiles was confirmed in the 1998 strategic defence review, to reflect improvements in the strategic environment since the end of the cold war.
Yes6 people think so
No2 people think not
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