Day three of the #StopDSEI protests saw a morning of back-to-back successful blockades of both entrances to the DSEI site, meaning vehicles carrying weapons and equipment were blocked from getting in.
Activists blockade the construction gate at the Burghfield nuclear weapons factory. Photo by Trident Ploughshares This morning members of Put Down the Sword, London Catholic Worker and six Quakers blocked the three entrances to the nuclear weapons factory AWE Burghfield using super glue and arm tubes. The 14 activists
Thousands of people are getting ready for the Stop Trident march this weekend. This Saturday promises to be a day filled with passionate protests and speeches against the UK Government's plan to vote to renew the nuclear weapons system later this year. People will be gathering at 12 noon at Marble Arch and then
Activist are cycling from London to Burghfield to protest the UK's , as part of protests around the Global Day of Action on Military Spending. Here, activist Nikki Ray explains why she's joining the Wheel Stop Trident cycle. A few weeks ago I was invited to join Wheel Stop Trident,
Rhiannon Rees recalls her busy week of meetings and actions in October 2010. Peace campaigners in the London area have had a busy week, and I have been fortunate to get around and meet some fantastic people. Last week was also 'Quaker Week', and I went to two of the talks at the Quaker Centre