Declassified UK (@declassifiedUK )

Declassified UK

Bio Public service journalism investigating UK foreign, military and intelligence policies. Founded by @MarkCurtis30 and @KennardMatt. Become a member!
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Android : Silent on his own family's vast wealth, UK treasurer Rishi Sunak cuts overseas aid to the poorest and writes cheques for a record £24b rise in "defence" spending and a network of secretive military bases.
Who is Britain's enemy? His government.
dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-1…

Android : Two British soldiers are attached to the US security coordinator based at the US embassy in Jerusalem while the UK stations 10 troops in Israel able to offer military training and "defence engagement".

dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-1…

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Android : In case you missed it -- where are the UKs 145 military base sites in 42 countries? Phil Miller explains.

Investigation here - bit.ly/3mcGpLK

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Android : Good to see more media interest in the UK militarys deployment of air defence radars to Saudi Arabia since @DeclassifiedUK broke the story last week dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-1…

Twitter Media Studio : In case you missed it -- where are the UKs 145 military base sites in 42 countries? Phil Miller explains.

Investigation here - bit.ly/3mcGpLK

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Android : The UK government has recently announced a further £16.5 billion spending on the military, but who is going to hold them to account for their actions abroad?

We want to do that but we can’t do it without your support - declassifieduk.enthuse.com/support

TweetDeck : The UK government has recently announced a further £16.5 billion spending on the military, but who is going to hold them to account for their actions abroad?

We want to do that but we can’t do it without your support - declassifieduk.enthuse.com/support

Twitter Media Studio : In Kenya, the UK military has access to Nyati Camp in Nanyuki - the hub for hundreds of British army personnel - and to 5 more sites and 13 training grounds, which are used for preparing troops before they deploy to Afghanistan and elsewhere. bit.ly/3mcGpLK

Twitter Media Studio : The UK has a small military presence in Djibouti which is involved in drone operations over the Horn of Africa/Yemen. The site is linked by high-speed fibre optic cable to RAF Croughton in England, which is connected to GCHQ headquarters in Cheltenham. bit.ly/3mcGpLK

Twitter Media Studio : Approximately 670 British military personnel are stationed across four sites in Gibraltar, including at the airport and dockyard. bit.ly/3mcGpLK pic.twitter.com/aNf9xkPeDO

Twitter Media Studio : The UK maintains six separate military sites on the Falklands. At one, the MOD spent £153m in 2017 to install a Sky Sabre air-defence system, the majority of which is supplied by Israeli arms company, Rafael. bit.ly/3mcGpLK pic.twitter.com/3CdhNRA7Eb

Twitter Media Studio : The UK has 3 garrisons in Brunei and loans 27 troops to the Sultan, a dictator who pays for British military support in order to stay in power. He also allows the British oil giant Shell to have a major stake in Brunei’s oil and gas fields. bit.ly/3mcGpLK

Android : Next up in Radio Stars is a workshop by Phil Miller from Declassified UK on investigative journalism. Learn top tips on how to hold the government and companies to account🧐🧐🧐Open to all 12 - 17yr olds. Saturday at 3PM via Zoom >>> shorturl.at/cgkzF