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Will Trident damage Jeremy Corbyn’s grassroots support?

The future of Britain's nuclear deterrent has fuelled an explosive row within the party

By Serena Kutchinsky  

Their views on Britain's nuclear deterrent are often seen as symbolic of a politician's wider stance on defence. © PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Divisions over Trident renewal have overshadowed the final day of Labour Party Conference, despite the party voting not to debate it. Instead a few words uttered on the Today programme was all it took to push the shadow cabinet’s buttons. The new Labour leader stated…

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