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General the Lord Houghton of Richmond spent over four decades in the British Army, including tours in Ireland and Iraq, with his last appointment being the military’s highest as Chief of the Defence Staff (CDS). In this episode Lord Houghton shares his insights about UK defence, populism, his long career in the military, and his role as the Constable of the Tower of London, following (not too closely) in the footsteps of RUSI’s founder, the Duke of Wellington!

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