The Armed Forces will not receive any extra funding as a result of a major national security review, the Ministry of Defence has been told.
Ministers had hoped to avoid potentially damaging cuts to the military if the review recommended a boost in MoD resources to fight terrorism.
But The Telegraph has learned that Mark Sedwill, the national security adviser, believed it was more important to increase funding to fight cyber-attacks than bolster the Armed Forces.
Amid growing public anger among Tory MPs and former senior officers at the scale of the possible cuts, Gavin Williamson, the new Defence Secretary, was set to have a showdown meeting this week with Philip Hammond.
Mr Williamson, who is due to make his first appearance at the dispatch box since replacing Sir Michael Fallon three weeks ago, wants an extra £2 billion a year to prevent a fresh round of potentially devastating cuts.Sukron Kastir Jazakumulloh kheir atas kunjungan Antum di blog ini dan membaca tulisan Armed Forces Denied Extra Funding As Cash Diverted To Cyber Warfare By Adviser \'determined To Screw Over MoD\'. Semoga Bermanfaat dan Selamat membaca berita ini :)