I have heard that at the hustings at the LDYS yesterday he reiterated that a) he didn't see the case for Trident AFTER the multilateral talks starting in 2010 (which equates current party policy) and b) he still believes in a replacement (if an independent one) for Trident.
So the obvious questions which Chris hasn't answered as yet -
- does he believe in scrapping Trident now?
- If only after the multilateral talks what's the big difference from current policy?
- is it really realistic to scrap Trident and start all over again with a separate new system?
- is he advocating a unilateral approach, or a multilateral approach surely he can't do both?