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To: Bristol City Council

Bristol City Council : Support the nuclear ban treaty

Bristol City Council : Support the nuclear ban treaty

We the undersigned call on Bristol City Council to pass a resolution supporting the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons, and calling on the UK government to sign and ratify it.

Why is this important?

Resolutions supporting the TPNW are being passed at all levels of local government; from town councils, such as Hebden Royd (West Yorkshire); through unitary authorities, such as East Ayrshire; to city councils, such as Manchester and Edinburgh. Internationally, resolutions have been passed by hundreds of towns and cities including Paris, Berlin and Washington D.C.

We are deeply concerned about the grave threat that nuclear weapons pose to communities throughout the world. We firmly believe that our residents have the right to live in a world free from this threat.

Any use of nuclear weapons, whether deliberate or accidental, would have catastrophic, far-reaching and long-lasting consequences for people and the environment. Therefore, we support the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons and call on Bristol City Council to pass a resolution supporting it.

Bristol, UK

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2021-10-20 00:41:17 +0100

100 signatures reached

2021-08-06 09:27:32 +0100

50 signatures reached

2021-08-03 21:33:26 +0100

25 signatures reached

2021-07-31 21:01:54 +0100

10 signatures reached