PM: North Korea is threat to UK

David Cameron has warned it would be "foolish" to consider abandoning its Trident deterrent because the UK faces an increased threat of a nuclear attack from regimes including North Korea. He claimed rockets from Pyongyang could hit Britain.

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PM's stance on Trident polar opposite of Salmond's

The Prime Minister's pro-stance on nuclear weapon is the opposite to that of Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond who is anti-nuclear.

Mr Salmond has said that if Scotland gets its independence nuclear, his SNP party will not allowed nuclear weapons to be based there.

Alex Salmond has previously referred to nuclear weapons as an "obscenity". Credit: Press Association

Recently, Mr Salmond said: "What won't happen in an independent Scotland will be getting dragged into illegal wars, having Trident nuclear weapons dumped on the Clyde for another 50 years".

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