Daily Record, Wednesday 13 March 2013
MILITARY bosses dodged an international ban by saying the 30 tons of radioactive waste was “placed” rather than “dumped” off the beach in Kirkcudbrightshire.
BBC News, South Scotland, Tuesday 12 March 2013
Concerns have been raised about the legality of weapon testing using depleted uranium in southern Scotland.
Rob Edwards, Environment Editor, Sunday Herald, Sunday 10 March 2013
Ministry of Defence uses semantics to evade ban on dumping of depleted uranium at sea
Rob Edwards, The Guardian, Environment pages, Wednesday 6 March 2013
Report says toxic waste is being spread by scrap metal dealers, and describes its 'alarming' use in civilian areas during Iraq wars
Rob Edwards, THE GUARDIAN , 14 November 2011
HIGHLY controversial depleted uranium shells are set to be test-fired in Scotland again, the Sunday Herald has learned.