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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Green Euro-MP takes on Trident at public meeting
عدد مرات القراءة 17992006-02-15

EURO-MP TAKES ON TRIDENT AT PUBLIC MEETING

Event: Euro-MP addresses meeting: ‘AWE and the health of our
community’
Place: Tadley Community Centre, New Church Road, Tadley
Time: Wednesday 1st March 2006, 7.30pm


GREEN Party Euro-MP Caroline Lucas is to join a panel of experts at a public
meeting in Hampshire to discuss the public health impact of the Atomic
Weapons Establishment – and its planned expansion.

Dr Lucas, who has called on John Prescott to hold a public inquiry into
plans for the massive expansion of the Aldermaston nukes factory, will be
speaking alongside Dr Chris Busby (Low Level Radiation Campaign), Peter Burt
(Nuclear Free Local Authorities) and Miriam Kennett (Green Economics
Institute).

She said: “Local people are vehemently opposed to the expansion of the
Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) near Aldermaston – but they are
essentially disenfranchised by a secretive military planning system.

“Planning permission is not required, so residents’ concerns about the
health, social and environmental impact of the development have no
democratic outlet.

“The new facilities at AWE threaten world peace and international law. They
also undermine local democracy – and we must have a public inquiry to debate
the issues in public before another brick is laid.”

The meeting, which is open to all, is entitled ‘AWE and the Health of Our
Community’ and will discuss the social, environmental, economic and health
consequences of the site’s expansion.

Dr Lucas will tell the meeting the greatest public health risk posed by AWE
is nuclear conflict involving the weapons produced there.

Dr Lucas, a member of the national council of the Campaign for nuclear
Disarmament and co-founder and co-president of the European Parliament’s
cross-party group on peace initiatives, said the UK should scrap its trident
nuclear weapons and not develop any replacement.

“The EU must be a force for peace and use its legal and political weight to
prevent illegal nuclear weapons proliferation –by its own member states as
well as countries such as Iran and North Korea. The EU would bring greater
moral and political weight to its negotiations with Iran if it was itself
free from nuclear weapons – and that means stopping this development.”

Local residents have criticised Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council’s
failure to object to the plans before a recent meeting of West Berkshire
District Council.

Darren Shirley, of the North and East Hampshire Green Party, said: “On the
25th January, West Berkshire District Council nodded through plans for the
installation of a new laser facility, part of a major expansion of AWE,
despite substantial public opposition.”

“Members of the West Berkshire’s Planning Committee stated the planned
development at AWE would have a major impact on the area. I agree. The
design and production of a new generation of nuclear weapons at the site has
ramifications for our entire community. From the adverse affects the new
building for the ORION laser will have on the surrounding countryside to the
long term health and environmental affects a nuclear weapons factory in our
back yard can have on the community.”

“Basingstoke & Deane, as a neighbouring council, had a right to represent
the views of the residents of Basingstoke and respond to the planning
application. It is shameful that they appear to have shirked their duty to
represent the people of Basingstoke and Tadley. Slough Borough Council
submitted their views on the plan, as did objectors from as far away as
Sweden.”






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