Oct 8, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion - Uncategorised

Chequers dangers for UK Defence – briefing paper

The 10 numbered points in the briefing paper below outline the defence risks of the Chequers Plan, which is still alive as the basis of an...
Jun 5, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion - Uncategorised

Who Pays the Piper?

Former soldier and diplomat Adrian Hill continues his series on the diplomatic and defence environment of the UK’s departure from the EU....
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...
May 28, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion - Uncategorised

Ministers surely don’t see what their officials are doing – this can be their only excuse

It can only be assumed that DExEU's Technical Note on External Security released on Thursday has not been understood by the Brexiters...
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...
Feb 17, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion - Press Releases

PM’s Munich speech – Comment from Veterans for Britain board members

Major-General Julian Thompson, Rear-Admiral Roger Lane-Nott, Lt-General Jonathon Riley, Colonel Richard Kemp and other board members of...
Feb 12, 2018 Comment - Uncategorised

Wood and trees – discerning the truth behind EU diplomacy

Adrian Hill, a former soldier and diplomat continues his series on the effect of Brexit on Britain’s Defence and Diplomacy. Disclaimer:...
Feb 6, 2018 Comment - News - Opinion

Former submarines chief: UK needs new strategy to counter submarine threat

Rear-Admiral Roger Lane-Nott (retd) of Veterans for Britain argues that the UK needs a new Anti-Submarine Warfare strategy to counter the...