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Britain's naval forces could soon be sharing the task with the French
Britain and France ‘to share naval power’

by Peter Wozniak French and Royal Navy aircraft carriers could share responsibility for patrolling the world’s oceans, according to media reports. As a result of straitened budget conditions, ministers are considering the practical ramifications of such a move. The plans could result in the building programme for at least one the UK’s two new aircraft… Read more »

Mr Clegg insists UK troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan by 2015
Clegg in Afghanistan

by Peter Wozniak The tide of the conflict in Afghanistan has turned in favour of coalition forces, Nick Clegg has said on a surprise visit to Helmand province. The trip – shrouded in secrecy because of revelations that the Taliban had attempted to assassinate David Cameron on his last trip to the country – was… Read more »