BRITAIN’s solely two amphibious touchdown ships will probably be protected from army cuts, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson introduced.

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He advised Tory convention that HMS Albion and HMS Bulwark wouldn’t be withdrawn from service early amid fears they have been dealing with the scrapyard to make financial savings. And he named a brand new 6,900-tonne anti-submarine warship frigate as HMS Birmingham.

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 HMS Albion will be protected from military spending cuts


HMS Albion will probably be shielded from army spending cuts

Mr Williamson additionally unveiled plans for a brand new cyber cadets scheme that…

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