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3 May 19

British academic exposes risk to UK and US interests from defence parts of May’s exit deal

Professor Gwythian Prins, a British academic, has revealed in detail the defence dangers of Theresa May's exit deal, describing them as a threat to US...
3 May 19

Double-whammy of EU rules hammer defence shipbuilding – May’s deal would keep them in place

We were asked a very good question comparing Australian and British trade outreach. The answer reveals startling differences between what Australia can do and...
3 May 19

Backstop a ‘Sword of Damocles’ making Political Declaration defence commitments binding

We received these very pertinent questions from a supporter. Explaining them will help people to understand how the Government's defence commitments in the...
28 Apr 19

Ministers let the EU expand defence integration schemes they had just put into the exit deal

When Theresa May announced a deal with the EU on 14 November,  it quickly became clear that it conceded even more ground to the EU's new defence integration...
28 Mar 19

The Exit Deal – defence risks and booby traps

The defence threat of the proposed withdrawal texts and why we have to Leave properly. Our latest briefing...
14 Mar 19

EU exit is a lifeline for British shipbuilding, May’s Deal puts it at risk

- The exit deal means the £1-billion MOD ship contract could be lost from the UK - It closes opportunities for British shipyards and defence industry by...
26 Feb 19

Junior defence minister’s letter reveals inadequate Foreign Office advice

Re. The letter from Lord Howe on PESCO and wider EU Defence Union structures A correction and response to his words. The minister had received inadequate...
25 Jan 19

Brexit’s Troubled Flank – The Departure Deal and EU Defence Integration

This paper, written by long-term Veterans for Britain Board Members Colonel Richard Kemp and Dr Lee Rotherham, explores the dangers of the UK sleep-walking...