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UK Would be ‘Wiped Off the Face of the Earth,’ if She Used Nukes

Posted by feww on April 27, 2017

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The Old War Mule in a Double Whammy (UK Report 06)

  • UK is not ready to fight another war because she cannot afford weapons, according to the Government’s Public Accounts Committee.
  • IF UK used her nuclear weapons, she would be ‘Wiped Off the Face of the Earth

[Prepared by an affiliated team of political scientists.]

  • Reports UK 01 – 06 are available from FIRE-EARTH PULSARS.

Background:

Statement by the UK Government’s Public Accounts Committee:

“We are worried that the increase in commitments without a commensurate increase in funding puts this stability and the ability of the Department to deliver what our forces need to operate effectively at real risk.  ”

“Following the identification of a long-term imbalance between available funding and forecast expenditure in 2009, the Ministry of Defence (the Department) had to re-scope, cancel and delay a number of equipment procurements to balance its budget. In response to this, and to generate greater stability in procurement activity, in 2012 the Department took the important step of producing an annually updated 10-year Equipment Plan (the Plan) which forecasts spend on military equipment and related support. Annually, the Department publishes a Statement on the affordability of the Plan, and at the request of the Secretary of State, the Comptroller and Auditor General reports on the robustness of the assumptions underpinning the Plan. After a period of relative stability, the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review (the Review) added over £24 billion of new commitments to the Plan which is forecasting expenditure of £178 billion from 2016 to 2026. Additional external funding supports only just over £6 billion of these new commitments. The rest is to be met by efficiency savings from existing projects in the plan and other areas of the wider defence budget. The Plan accounts for over 40% of the entire Defence budget.”

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