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The shadow defence secretary said: "Nobody has raised the issue of removing the Trident nuclear deterrent from our manifesto.
Every submarine deterrent is a bluff; no country wants to experience an event that would make it necessary to fire a nuclear weapon in revenge.
We can now get on with the essential job of renewing our nuclear deterrent.
Labour policy remains to support the continuous at-sea deterrent, but a review was launched when Corbyn became leader.
The Ministry of Defence estimates that acquiring four new submarines to carry the Trident deterrent will cost PS31 billion over the course of the 20-year procurement programme, with a further PS10 billion set aside to meet any additional unexpected cost increases.
Labour is committed to maintaining a minimum, credible, independent nuclear deterrent, delivered through a Continuous-At-Sea Deterrent.
Dickerson contracted Miami, Florida-based product management services leader Innovation Direct[TM] to represent the Dickerson Pest Deterrent to potential licensees for a 2 year period.
Elements of a Capable, Secure, and Credible Deterrent
Only the retention of our independent deterrent makes clear to any adversary that the devastating cost of an attack on the UK or its allies will always be far greater than anything it might hope to gain.
In similar remarks in February, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said military power and achievements of the Iranian Armed Forces merely serve deterrent purposes.
The ability to add abuse deterrent claims to a product's label is expected to encourage companies to develop these products, he said.
Nasdaq:IPCI) (TSX:I), Toronto, a pharmaceutical company specializing in the research, development and manufacture of novel and generic controlled- release and targeted-release oral solid dosage drugs, today provided an update on its research and development activities and achievement of a goal in relation to its Rexista(TM) abuse- deterrent formulations for opioid and narcotic drugs.