U.K. Sets £160 Billion, 10-Year Defense Equipment Plan

GENEVA — The U.K. will spend around £160 billion ($260 billion) on defense equipment and services in the next decade, which includes more than £4 billion set aside as a “contingency reserve,” Defense Secretary Philip Hammond told Parliament May 14. The £160 billion covers almost £152 billion that...

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