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Anglo-French deal rewrites military history

The Independent, 2 November 2010
Publié le : 2 novembre 2010
 Kim Sengupta 

"Britain and France will today announce a landmark defence alliance ranging from military operations in land, sea and air to nuclear weapons.

"David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy will sign two declarations during a summit in London paving the way for the sharing of an aircraft carrier, sending a joint military force into battle, working together on cyber warfare and developing warheads for nuclear missiles.

"The British Prime Minister and the French President are said to have been personally involved in driving forward the agreement - to be ratified into a treaty after parliamentary approval - which, it is claimed, will lead to considerable savings in economically straitened times in a variety of fields, from the cost of research to maintenance of equipment to wage bills for personnel."

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