First Defence

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Type• think tank
• lobby

First Defence is a right wing defence think tank. It describes itself as:

a policy group of practical thinkers whose purpose is to put national defence and security back at the top of the political agenda.[1]

Activities

Adam Holloway, MP, a member of the Defence Select Committee, has written a paper, "The Failure of British Political and Military Leadership in Iraq", which is downloadable from the First Defence website.[2] The paper is a critique of the process by which Tony Blair took the UK into war with Iraq and the post-invasion policies.

People

As at October 2007:[3]

As at January 2010:[4]

Funders and supporters

As at January 2010 the following companies "support the work of First Defence":[5]

Address

45, Great Peter Street, Westminster, London SW1P 3LT


References

  1. First Defence, First Defence website, accessed 13 Jan 2010
  2. The Failure of British Political and Military Leadership in Iraq, First Defence website, accessed 12 Jan 2010
  3. First Defence Who we are, accessed 23 October 2007
  4. Who We Are, First Defence website, accessed 13 Jan 2010
  5. Publications, First Defence website, accessed 13 Jan 2010