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Prime Minister David Cameron warned against any move to abandon the U.K.’s submarine-based nuclear weapons, citing a growing threat from North Korea and Iran as his Liberal Democrat coalition partners consider scaling back the missile program.

Writing in the London-based Daily Telegraph newspaper Friday, Cameron said it would be “foolish” to leave Britain without defenses at a time when the “highly unpredictable and aggressive” regime in North Korea is developing ballistic missiles that might eventually threaten Europe.

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