not quite enough.
The ability to put a satellite into orbit does not equate with ICBM capability, i.e. the ability to nuke anywhere on earth. For that you need proven ability to successfully orbit a vehical and guide it to re-entry.
Thus far there are only three powers that have demonstrated this capability: The US, Russia and now China. Given a sufficient launch vehicle the UK and France could presumably carry out this feat, but given that neither has bothered with a manned space programme we don't have real evidence that this is the case. Ditto for India/Pakistan.
Why the EU would want ICBMs is quite beyond me, although they need not be nuclear to be a deterrent force. Which begs the question of why the UK needs to replace Trident. Surely having the ability to deliver conventional explosives via Trident, etc. anywhere in the world would be sufficient?