UK Defense Ministry Budget Shortfall Could Be £30 Billion

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LONDON—Independent auditors have suggested the UK defense ministry could be facing a funding shortfall of around £30 billion ($38.5 billion) over the next decade. The shortfall emerges as Britain is preparing to spend billions on new equipment as part of an uptick in capability announced in the 2015...

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