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A secure and global Britain

The Conservatives have nothing to say on foreign policy other than parroted lines on Brexit. Theresa May’s ‘strong and stable’ general election mantra means nothing and reveals a lack of policies or vision for Britain’s place in the world. Labour...

A new deterrence

Hybrid warfare and the future of NATO defence policy

On Saturday 18 March the first 150 of 800 UK armed forces troops landed in Estonia, as part of the UK’s commitment to defending NATO’s Eastern border. The 150 troops will establish...

A secure future

It is the first duty of government to ensure that our people and communities are protected from threat whether from crime or terrorism. Our citizens expect no more and will judge their government on how they perform in Europe we worked...

Why I believe in EU

One positive of the EU referendum is that it has forced many of us to ask, why really are we in favour of the EU? The campaigns have been criticized for failing to make their points clearly but I think...

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