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Nato (United Kingdom Role)

Volume 26: debated on Tuesday 29 June 1982

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether he intends to propose any changes in the United Kingdom role in, and contribution to, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation as a result of the Falklands conflict.

There are defence lessons to be learnt from the Falklands crisis and in the coming months we shall be working to identify the key issues. However, I expect the overall shape of Britain's role in, and contribution to, the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation to remain unchanged.