Councillor Richard McCready
7 August 2012
On Monday evening I joined a small group of people who walked to the top of the Law and marked the anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima.
It is important to
remember the many people who were killed by the atomic bomb and its
on-going impact since 1945.
I think that it is important that we work towards a world where there are no nuclear weapons.
The UK Government could make a start on this but
it is important that disarmament is an international phenomenon.
I have been doing my little bit on this for a number of years and I am still convinced of the moral case against nuclear weapons.
We should remember those who died in Hiroshima and work towards a day when that can never happen again.