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Hammond on Trident replacement and defence spending

18 June 2012 Last updated at 14:53 BST

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond told Andrew Neil about government plans for a "credible nuclear deterrent", defence spending and cuts to levels of the UK armed forces.

Andrew Neil asked him if the smaller forces would be able to mount similar operations to those in Iraq and Afghanistan, and why the UK continued to give aid to India and Pakistan who have their own "huge military machines".

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