PICAT correspondence between Knighton Peace Group and MP Chris Davies-25.10.2015

Subject: Re: letter
to sec of state for defence
Date: Sat, 17 Oct 2015 14:57:33 +0100
From: angie
To: DAVIES, Chris <chris.davies.mp@parliament.uk>
CHAPMAN, James <james.chapman@parliament.uk>

Dear Chris,

REF: Letter to
Secretary of State for Defence on Trident

I am writing to inform you that our
group has not yet received even an
acknowledgement of our letter to the
Secretary of State for Defence
which I sent you a copy of a week back. It was
tracked by the post
office as a signed for letter so I know it was received on
5th October
2015 and have the proof of delivery document that was signed
'Robertson' at 6.10a.m.

On behalf of your constituents can you please
ensure that we get a
considered response back as soon as possible?


Love and peace, Angie.

On 12/10/15 16:26, DAVIES, Chris wrote:
Dear Angie,
> Thank you for copying me into this letter to Michael Fallon
> trident.
> Do keep me updated on this as you see fit to do
> Kind regards,
> Chris Davies MP
> Member of Parliament for
Brecon & Radnorshire
> House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
> Westminster
Office:  0207 219 8592 / Constituency Office: 01982 559180 /
> email: 
>> On 03/10/2015 12:10, "angie"
<reforest@gn.apc.org> wrote:
>>> Dear Chris,
>>> I have attached a
copy of a letter many of your constituents have just
>>> sent to the Secretary
of State for Defence. I hope you will understand
>>> our anguish at the
possibility that even a threat to use nuclear weapons
>>> is an assault on our
humanity, completely unethical and also in breach
>>> of international
humanitarian law. 62  local people in and around
>>> Knighton, have signed this
letter but this is just a tiny percentage of
>>> those that would have signed
it if we had collected signatures on a
>>> petition and does give an indication
of the level of concern locally.
>>> We are hoping that the Secretary of
State for Defence will sign the
>>> Declaration agreeing to be bound by
international humanitarian law and
>>> thus ensuring that the Trident nuclear
weapon system could never be used.
>>> Yours sincerely, Angie Zelter,
Knighton Action for Peace and Justice, 6
>>> Church St, Knighton, LD7
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