(Latest news appears to be that government has by-passed the democratic process and has announced that it will spend a further £642million on Trident ahead of the Parliamentary vote.)
The atmosphere, the weather, the crowds and the singing were all great — the latter brilliantly led by Shereen, Penny and Jane.
At Trafalgar Square there was a majority of female speakers, including political leaders. Nicola Surgeon made the obvious point that the UK is in a minority in having nuclear weapons.
Unfortunately we didn’t have the opportunity to sing our uniquely Scottish songs, to the disappointment of one small soul (whose push chair she had abandoned momentarily) who had been practising the Chocolate Teapot song diligently!
Sadly one of the unsung songs (I want to have a little bomb like you) was written many decades ago but is still highly relevant.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if we no longer had to make these heartfelt protests?