Campaigners from Huddersfield toured their own Trident nuclear missile around the town.
It was part of a campaign to demonstrate their opposition to Government proposals to replace Britain’s ageing nuclear weapons system, organised by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
The 20-foot missile was intended to spark discussion around the town on alternatives to nuclear spending.
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Banners along the side read “Yorkshire Needs Flood Defences NOT Nuclear Offences” and “Scrap Trident not Public Services”.
Parliament is set to vote on the next stage of the future of the British nuclear weapons delivery system in the next few weeks.
Michelle Atkinson, environmental and peace campaigner from Marsden said: “At a time when we are being told that there is no extra funding for public services, the Government want to spend in excess of £170 billion on dangerous, illegal weapons that could not ever be conceivably be used.
“These weapons are a cold war relic that serve no purpose other than draining billions from the economy.”