42%
Increase
32%
Decrease
35%
Increase
32%
Decrease
7%
Increase, but only after our deficit is drastically reduced

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 @8SRBY9Panswered…3yrs3Y

Decrease, unless there's a threat of world war 3 (in which case we should increase it).

 @9LPZLR3answered…3hrs3H

Increase, focus on defending British homeland and territories, but don't allow our troops to become mercenaries for our so called allies, and don't engage in unwarranted foreign wars.

 @9LPZ2KV answered…4hrs4H

Stop wasteful R&D, just buy American equipment to stop us wasting billions developing bad equipment ex. the Ajax.

 @9LNG7TManswered…3 days3D

ONLY should increase if it is concern to our country. Should not be using our tax payer money for other countries crises, we don't even have enough money in the country. A lot of people/citizen are struggling, use tax payer money for own country.

 @9L8NDCVanswered…3wks3W

We are in a position where hostility’s are spreading around the world therefore we need to ensure we can protect our own country.

 @9L54P52answered…4wks4W

Decrease but not entirely abandon. The military spending takes up a lot of money that could be useful elsewhere

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