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The Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWEplc) are up in Reading Magistrates Court on
Hiroshima day, 6 August on three charges connected to the fire at AWE in
A £1bn contract for reactors for the next generation of the UK's nuclear-armed submarines is to be announced tomorrow.
Move signals government's determination to press ahead with replacement programme for Trident nuclear missile system
Serco is one of the three companies that run the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), alongside Lockheed Martin and Jacobs.
Some of the dancing domestic extremists turned up at the High Court on Thursday 9 February in support of John Catt's case against his inclusion in the National Domestic Extremist Database.
Thirty years ago more than two thirds of Mrs Thatcher's cabinet were opposed to buying the US Trident system; Richard Norton Taylor asks, "How many ministers are questioning the plan to replace Tri
Report identifies 'numerous problems' with the way last year's fire at Aldermaston Atomic Weapons Establishment was tackled
Today the Tory government gave a new nuclear weapons system the official go-ahead - and three billion pounds for the Ministry of Defence to spend.