Britain and France have signed treaties in London on military co-operation between the two countries – including on the testing of nuclear warheads. The deal includes a plan for a join expeditionary force and will involve the British and French militaries pooling resources on occasions in an attempt to cut costs. The opposition Labour Party says it raises major questions about the UK’s defence – but Prime Minister David Cameron rejected claims Britain’s sovereignty is under threat. Olly Barratt reports.
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