Is the UK critical national infrastructure properly protected?

Malcolm Warr

As might be expected there is much talk about defence in the run up to the UK’s General Election in May. But there is no such debate about the United Kingdom’s defence and internal protection of its infrastructure and assets. Any complex and modern society relies on reliable transport, utilities and communications but all too often this tier of our protection capability plays second fiddle to media appealing issues such as counter-terrorism. It is self evident that critical in...
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