U.K. Votes to Replace Ballistic Missile Submarines

LONDON—British parliamentarians have overwhelmingly approved the replacement of the U.K.’s fleet of ballistic missile submarines and committed to a continuous at-sea deterrent capability. Despite the £31 billion ($40 billion) price tag for the four new subs over 35 years, with £10 billion available...

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