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blower says ‘all it takes is a fake ID’ to access UK’s nuclear weapons systems
“You don’t even need your Dolphins, you don’t even need to be part of the Navy, any logical thinking person, and anyone with half a functioning brain cell can understand the risks,” he told RT.
He also allegedthe Government tells lies to protect its image of Britain as a nuclear state.
“It’s not the people that come first, not the land, idgod not safety that comes first, they have shown in their own documents, not just my report, you don’t have to listen to me, you can go and do your own research and prove it yourself, they have shown that they will put nuclear weapons above the people and above the land.
“They have shown that they are willing to lie just to protect the image of nuclear weapons. Just so they can keep them.”
The overall cost of replacing Britain’s Trident nuclear systems would be 167bn double previous estimates according torecent calculations based on official figures.
Brendan O’Hara, fast Fake ID the SNP’s Defence spokesperson, toldThe Independent:”These revelations, if true, are extremely concerning. William McNeilly has pointed to the MoD’s long history of secrecy and complacency at the nuclear base for some time. It was extremely disappointing thatthe MoD dismissed his dossier on safety concerns last year.
“Safety and securitymust be paramount with nuclear submarines. Safety blunders and serious security lapses have plagued Trident submarines at Faslane.
“It is bad enough that Scotland is forced to house these weapons of mass destruction but the alleged breaches of security we saw in Mr McNeilly’s dossierlast year and these latest concerns are still deeply worrying there must be absolutely no complacency from the MoD.”
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