'We'll Find the Money': Defence Minister Luff Opens Up About Defence Spending Gap

Posted: 02/19/2011

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In our first interview with Minister for Defence Equipment, Support and Technology, Peter Luff, we dive straight into the hard questions. We open the floor with an honest inquiry into ongoing defence cuts and their proposed impact on current and future capability. Mr Luff addresses the controversial 'carrier axing' decision and we press him for his views on the £1.6 billion shortfall in the current defence budget. The serving defence minister also delves into the political fervour surrounding threatened cuts to the Chinook helicopter fleet.

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