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How will the UK MoD pay for Trident in an era of funding gaps?

The UK National Audit Office expects the total cost of the Trident nuclear submarine programme to hit £50.9bn – £2.9bn over budget – on top of the £3bn the MoD has already had to find in efficiency savings. Julian Turner asks how further cutbacks can be made without compromising Trident’s mission.

SSK Scorpene Class Attack Submarine

The Scorpene submarine is jointly developed by French state-owned shipbuilding firm DCNS (formerly DCN) and Spanish shipbuilder Navantia (formerly Bazan, then Izar).

Alexandrit Class (Project 12700) Mine Countermeasures Vessels

The Alexandrit-class (Project 12700) mine countermeasures vessels are being built by Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard, a subsidiary of United Shipbuilding Corporation, for the Russian Navy. The vessels are designed to detect and destroy mines at naval bases and harbours.

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