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Britain's nuclear deterrent is delivered through four submarines
Coalition hesitates over final Trident decision

By staff Ministers are considering putting off the final decision to commit to a like-for-like replacement of Britain’s nuclear deterrent, according to reports. It comes amid a tussle between the Treasury and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) over who should pay for Trident. The four nuclear submarines which deliver Britain’s warheads must be replaced… Read more »

MoD has received 6,000 consultations - but MPs say SDSR is not open enough to public consultation
MPs ‘startled’ by defence review rapidity

By Alex Stevenson The strategic defence and security review (SDSR) is suffering from being rushed by the Ministry of Defence (MoD), MPs have warned. The Commons’ new defence committee’s first report of the parliament criticises ministers’ lack of consultation with the defence industry and the wider public. It suggests a disconnect is developing between ambitions… Read more »