Major fears sparked of EU turning on Britain in MoD top secret files found at bus stop

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A top-secret 50-page Ministry of Defence (MoD) report abandoned at a bus stop in Kent and found by a member of the public has uncovered a terrifying string of concerns the UK Government have about Britain’s European allies. According to the BBC, who were sent the classified documents, the top-secret files unveil major concerns aired by Secretary of State for Defence Ben Wallace about the European Commission attempting to “hijack” arms deals of which the UK are part of. The seismic admission by a Secretary of State over concerns of the security relationship between the UK and EU is the first of its kind and sheds new light into Britain’s post-Brexit relationship with the bloc.

According to the BBC, the documents, which were found sodden with rain behind the bus stop, uncover seismic evidence that the UK is preparing for a major conflict with the EU.

The bundle of top-secret files includes updates on arms export campaigns between the UK and other nations.

Within these documents are sensitive observations about areas that Britain might find itself competing with European allies in the bloc.

The documents have fuelled post-Brexit concerns of the UK’s future relationship with the European Union.

 

The concerns are evident in comments attributed to “SofS” (Secretary of State) which is Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

According to the BBC, the documents outline how Mr Wallace insists that the six-member European Organisation for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR), of which Britain is a member, “must not be hijacked” by the European Commission.

Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom are the six members of OCCAR.

The documents also raise fears of “entryism” from the European Commission into arms agreements with the six major security heads, responsible for defending the West.

The harrowing find also revealed key details of the events surrounding an incident in the Black Sea between the Russian armed forces and the Royal Navy’s HMS Defender.

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