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PREMIUM OPINION: NSA appointment reflects UK defence policy vacuum

29th July 2020 - 08:00 GMT | by The Clarence in London


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The corridors of Whitehall are generally quiet peaceful places, but in recent weeks there has been the Civil Service equivalent of an almighty shouting match, with the UK’s most senior civil servant Sir Mark Sedwill announcing his retirement from the role of Cabinet Secretary and National Security Advisor (NSA ...

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