Apr 28, 2019 Comment - News

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...
Feb 26, 2019 Comment - News - Opinion

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...
Nov 13, 2018 Comment - News

Chequers and Security – Professor Gwythian Prins

The ancient Chinese used a fearsome weapon: the shashoujian, or Assassin’s Mace. You never saw it coming and it killed you stone dead....
Nov 10, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion

EU military has started and we must escape

The whispering game is over. The leaders of 'Project EU' are now openly calling for an EU Armed Forces. However, the concept is ALREADY...
Jun 25, 2018 Comment - News - Uncategorised - VfB Publications

Why defence is at risk in the exit talks – our latest leaflet

Our latest leaflet below explains the risk to the UK from the under-reported defence problem in the EU exit talks. The second page of the...
May 29, 2018 Comment - News - Uncategorised

It’s time to challenge the conduct of some civil servants over Brexit

By Professor Gwythian Prins and Sir Richard Dearlove. Professor Gwythian Prins is an Academic Board Member of Veterans for Britain. Sir...
Apr 20, 2018 Comment - News

EU defence – a risk to UK capability

Dr Lee Rotherham, executive director of Veterans for Britain, explains why leaving the EU does not end the risk of UK involvement in EU...