Trident - going nuclear for disarmament

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Foreign secretary David Miliband wrote in the Guardian last month on the impending UN security council meeting on nuclear disarmament.

"Get it right, and we will increase global security, pave the way for a world without nuclear weapons and improve access to affordable, safe and dependable energy - vital to tackle climate change," he said.

"Get it wrong, and we face the spread of nuclear weapons and the chilling prospect of nuclear material falling into the hands of terrorists."

This couldn't be the same David Miliband who has voted consistently to replace Britain's fleet of Trident nuclear submarines, most recently priced at around £97 billion, could it?