Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Disarmament-Tour-in-Scotland-27MZIFV7ZXE9.htmlConceptually similarDisarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EX3Completed★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EX5Completed★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EWUCompleted★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EXGCompleted★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EXDCompleted★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EXECompleted★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EXFCompleted★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EX8Completed★★★★Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGP04EXBCompleted★★★★View AllGP04EX2Disarmament Tour in Scotland"Is the Scottish voice reaching Westminster?" Greenpeace consult the people of Dundee about the possibility that Trident may be upgraded. According to a poll 70% of Scotland says no to upgrading the Trident missile programme, which will be stationed in Scotland if built. Picture shows the advan.Locations:Dundee-Europe-Scotland-United KingdomDate:13 Feb, 2007Credit:© Nick Cobbing / GreenpeaceMaximum size:2912px X 4368pxKeywords:Advertising signs-Day-Disarmament-Greenpeace vehicles-KWCI (GPI)-Nuclear (campaign title)-Nuclear weapons-Outdoors-Political concepts-Public engagement-Reflections-VansShoot:Disarmament Tour in ScotlandGreenpeace is in Scotland to raise awareness among Scottish voters that a recent poll has shown 70% to be against upgrading of Trident. The environmental organisation point out that many of Scotland's constituency MPs have kept mysteriously quiet about how they plan to vote in a coming Westminster vote on Trident. 15 February 2007.