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PM: ‘Era of cutting defence budget must end’

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PM: ‘Era of cutting defence budget must end’

PM: ‘Era of cutting defence budget must end’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said "defence of the realm must come first" as he announced the biggest investment in the UK's military since the end of the Cold War.

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