MOD, cuts and the current climate of conflict

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MOD, cuts and the current climate of conflict
11th November 2014

The two defence correspondents discuss the potential of a more stream-lined armed forces in the future, the growing threat of ISIS in Iraq and Syria and the new approach to warfare, including the potential decline of boots on the ground. 

There is also talk of public support for the forces, which is seemingly contradicted by a lack of support of military funding. 

Fox and Sengupta also measure the impact of the centenary commemoration on public feeling toward the armed forces and whether it will have any affect on the government's approach to the military.  

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