Corbyn: Trident without nuclear warheads 'an option'
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Corbyn: Trident without nuclear warheads 'an option'

Jeremy Corbyn has suggested the UK could keep its Trident submarine fleet but without carrying nuclear warheads.

The Labour leader told the Andrew Marr Show there were "options" for maintaining defence jobs while showing the UK was willing to take a lead in nuclear "de-escalation".

Mr Corbyn told the BBC that Trident was a relic from a "cold war generation" that was not capable of protecting the UK from current threats

  • 17 Jan 2016
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