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 Unreported by the BBC: The Treaty To Ban Nuclear Weapons
 Weekly Program
 Alexander Azadgan
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Trident Ploughshares member Sarah Lazenby joins us from Oxford to discuss UK's nuclear weapons infrastructure and speculates why it might be that the BBC have entirely failed to report, even on its website, the United Nations treaty to ban nuclear weapons. The Treaty To Ban Nuclear Weapons is gaining signatories and support around the world all the time. She explains what a nuclear war could do to the world, comparing a modern nuclear war to the 1883 eruption of Krakatoa island in Indonesia which spewed so much dust into the Earth's atmosphere that the entire world cooled down ina 'mini winter'.

This week we hear the first of our series of letters from HMP Bronzefield prisoner Sabine McNeill, who has been jailed trying to get the Metropolitan police to investigate child sexual abuse in Hampstead

Professor Alexander Azadgan from Saddleback college California joins us to discuss US president Donald Trump's announcement this week that he's pulling out of the JCPOA Iran Nuclear Deal

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