Who would have thought that when David Cameron spoke on opening day of this year’s Farnborough Airshow, his speech here would be his last. A new prime minister, Theresa May, is settling into her role of leading the U.K. out of the European Union and into a new reality. Despite the radical political upheaval in Britain after the Brexit vote, the country’s defense plans are beginning to take shape, with the U.K. looking to return to its status as a more reliable and capable ...

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