Jeremy Corbyn has made clear his opposition to renewing Trident.
"I don't believe that £100 billion spent on a new generation of nuclear weapons, taking up a quarter of our defence budget, is the right way forward," he told the Labour Party conference.
"I believe that our country should honour our obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and take a lead in making progress towards international nuclear disarmament."
He said Britain still need a strong and modern military, but that the best way to protect the country was to work to resolve conflicts.
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