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Aldermaston's Trident Security Boost
Cyber security for Britain's arsenal of nuclear weapons will be upgraded to counter attacks from hackers.
It is understood the Trident missile system - maintained in Aldermaston will be given increased protection from threats posed by rogue nations such as North Korea and terrorists groups including the so-called Islamic State.
The Ministry of Defence is planning to spend nearly £2 billion on cyber security over the coming five years, including a programme to improve the safety of Britain's nuclear warheads in partnership with the US Navy.
Around 225 nuclear warheads are thought to make up Britain's nuclear submarine-based nuclear deterrent. Up to 12 can be mounted on each Trident missile, of which there are believed to be around 40 in service.
A severely disabled man is taking his legal battle over cuts to his care package to the Court of Appeal.
Inspectors say they're worried about the safety of inmates at Aylesbury's Youth Offenders Institution
An Oxford economist's calling for more places to be made available in elderly care homes.
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