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Britain to 'enhance lethality' amid Russia, China threats -Minister

13 February 2019, 03:56 | Glen Norman

HMS Queen Elizabeth will deploy to the Middle East and Pacific on her maiden operational mission

HMS Queen Elizabeth will deploy to the Middle East and Pacific on her maiden operational mission

British Defense Minister Gavin Williamson confirmed in a speech Monday morning that the Royal Navy's HMS Queen Elizabeth will sail into waters that are the subject of dispute between China and other nations.

Deployment of the new aircraft carrier, which is likely to take place in 2021, will also include two squadrons of F-35 stealth jets to "stand up to those who flout worldwide law".

Williamson also said Britain would spend 65 million pounds in "offensive cyber", and bring two new naval vessels into service for operations from crisis support to conflict.

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"The idea that our membership of the European Union restricts us is the purest nonsense", Labour MP Chris Leslie said.

The report said Williamson will highlight close military ties between Washington and London and will support U.S. President Donald Trump's call for North Atlantic Treaty Organisation countries to increase military spending in the face of what he called Russian provocations.

He also said the country's planned exit from the European Union on March 29 had brought the United Kingdom its "greatest opportunity" to strengthen its global presence.

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"We have to be ready to show the high price of aggressive behaviour".

Defending interventionist policy, he will say the cost of failing to act in global crises had often been "unacceptably high", and that Western powers can not "walk on by when others are in need".

"To talk but fail to act risks our nation being seen as little more than a paper tiger", he added.

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"Our adversaries are increasingly using cyber-attacks, subversion and information operations to challenge us and the rules-based global order", he added. "A moment when we must strengthen our global presence, enhance our lethality, and increase our mass", Williamson will say.



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