EU 'draws money from Nato'
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EU referendum: Veterans for Britain on why UK defence

A group of ex-military chiefs have declared Britain's defence and security would be enhanced by leaving the EU.

Veterans for Britain has warned that UK could be on the path towards an EU army, if the UK decides to vote for Remain on 23 June.

The dozen former senior military officers include Colonel Richard Kemp, who said of Nato: "That's the one alliance that has kept the UK and Europe safe since the Second World War, not the EU."

  • 25 May 2016
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