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Big defence projects are usually late and over budget – here's what we can learn from the build-up to WW2

By Matthew Powell, Teaching Fellow in Strategic and Air Power Studies, University of Portsmouth
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UK defence minister Alex Chalk visited Rosyth shipyard in Fife, Scotland a few days ago to kick off construction on the second ship in a new class of frigates for the Royal Navy. The navy is buying five of these state-of-the-art Type 31 warships for active service by 2027.

Yet while Chalk talked up the “world-class…The Conversation

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