Will Scotland Sink the United Kingdom’s Nuclear Deterrent?

15 September 2013 01:00–16 September 2013 00:59

The future of the UK as a nuclear-weapon state could rest in the hands of Scottish voters in their September 2014 referendum on independence. Would an independent Scotland carry out its threat to evict the Trident force currently based there, and would London have any options?

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