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News in Brief by PN staff

On 9 May, Renfrewshire council passed a resolution urging the Strathclyde Pension Fund to stop investing in businesses involved in the construction and development of nuclear weapons.

The fund, managed by Glasgow city council, has £89m invested in 11 such companies, according to Don’t Bank on the Bomb Scotland. (See PN 2545, 2588–2589, 2628-2629)

In December, Renfrewshire passed a resolution supporting the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and the ICAN (International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons) Cities Appeal.

In May, Berlin, Paris and Oslo also signed up to the ICAN Cities Appeal, joining Washington DC and others.

Topics: Nuclear Weapons