++Big conference decision: Amendment 1 to “Scrapping Trident” motion is carried after a card count

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Conference voted in favour of amendment 1 to the “Scrapping Trident” motion this afternoon.

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5 Comments

  • Eddie Sammon 21st Sep '15 - 5:26pm

    Right decision made. The whole thing was confusing but it became clear to me over the last few days that this Jolly amendment was the way forward.

  • Toby Fenwick 21st Sep '15 - 5:27pm

    A totally unfair characterisation. We are now committed to vote against Trident next year, and have rejected unilateralism in favour of multilateralism.

    Well done Conference!

  • Back to the same question, Toby Fenwick. What multilateralism?

  • Toby Fenwick 22nd Sep '15 - 8:24am

    Thanks Paul

    Tim, happy to discuss.

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