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An Election Special - THE MUNRONIFESTO

So I got a few election flyers through my door today and I have a spare 5 minutes (/whole evening), so it seems a timely moment to post my one and only party political status of the election. 532 more words

Nonsense, Lord Stirling!

Keith Hudson

In an article published today with Nick Butler as co-author, “We ignore national security at our peril” — there’s no argument against that! — the subtitle runs on “The risks of further defence cuts makes Britain more vulnerable than ever”. 271 more words

Pakistan commits 10,000 military to protect Chinese workers, as China seeks to build direct path to Indian Ocean

The following is based on a translation of a report in Chinese media:

Pakistan is regarded as a violent, lawless and run-down place with great risk of infiltration by Islamic extremists. 541 more words

China

GOVERNMENT ECONOMIES

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FOR MOST OF US

means slash the ‘Defense’ budget. You know, buy votes with promises but when the new ships (at a cost of billions) are finally launched, mothball ’em straight away. 1,058 more words

Delusion

Two mayors attend Gallipoli centenary remembrance event at Camberley War Memorial

Meeting on Saturday morning at the Camberley War Memorial for the Gallipoli campaign centenary remembrance event the Mayors of Surrey Heath – Cllr Bob Paton, and Rushmoor Borough – Cllr Diane Bedford laid wreaths to mark the 100th anniversary of the campaign. 69 more words

Culture

Little advance in the development of Army lorries from 1908 to 1928

I’m probably mangling a quotation of some famous person – though I know not whom; ‘You should learn something new everyday’.  It was in this vein that I listened to road transport historian… 228 more words

Defence

DRDO TESTS ADVANCED ELECTRONIC WARFARE SUITE

Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has successfully tested an advanced electronic warfare (EW) suite. It was tested onboard of the country’s Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas-PV1. 87 more words

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