Nuclear Warfare as Peace Camp Is Split by Feuding
Byline: STEVE SMITH
FOR 25 years, the tents and caravans perched by the roadside have symbolised the fight against nuclear weapons.
But now the world-famous Faslane Peace Camp is fighting for survival after a bitter feud erupted among opposing factions.
Bizarrely, the round-the clock struggle against the nuclear weapons deployed by Faslane submarines has weakened in recent weeks because of a new Cold War between protesters following allegations of domestic violence.
Now the police, who form a ring of steel around Britain's nuclear submarine fleet, have been left bemused by the lack of demonstrators to keep out.
A source at the base said: …
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Publication information: Article title: Nuclear Warfare as Peace Camp Is Split by Feuding. Contributors: Not available. Newspaper title: The Mail on Sunday (London, England). Publication date: May 20, 2007. Page number: 43. © 2009 Solo Syndication Limited. COPYRIGHT 2007 Gale Group.
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