“We are having that discussion within the Labour Party and we will publish our manifesto in May.
Ken Livingstone has branded claims by the US Defence Secretary that Britain must keep the Trident nuclear deterrent to maintain its “outsized” role in the world as “rubbish”. Speaking to the Independent, the former London Mayor and co-convener of Labour’s defence review, said building the Trident submarines “which we will never use” at the expense of the armed forces will leave the UK more vulnerable to the threat of terrorism.
The Prime Minister blasts Jeremy Corbyn on his opposition to Trident and suggests that Imams in Britain should be speaking English
Up to 10,000 troops could be deployed in the event of a Paris-style attack, David Cameron says, as the estimated cost of renewing the UK’s nuclear deterrent increases by £6bn.