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The prospects for multi-lateral nuclear disarmament and for strengthening nuclear non-proliferation will be debated in the House of Lords on 21 January
The debate comes ahead of the Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference this May, an event at which around 150 nuclear and non-nuclear States will meet to discuss implementation of measures outlined in the Treaty.
Defence experts and former Secretaries of State taking part
Lord Hannay of Chiswick (Crossbench) will open the debate. He is a former Foreign Office diplomat who chairs the All Party Group on Global Security and Non-Proliferation.
Other Members scheduled to take part, including five former Secretaries of State, are:
Lord Addington, Baroness Falkner of Margravine and Viscount Waverley will also take part.
Baroness Kinnock of Holyhead will speak on behalf of the Government.
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