Australia could initially lease submarines from UK or US but nuclear weapons remain off limits
The short-term leasing of nuclear-powered submarines from the UK or the US is being considered by the Morrison government but the Coalition insists nuclear weapons won't be based in Australia.
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It started, as defence stories so often do, with an acronym.
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ver flexible, ever the pragmatist, Scott Morrison started thinking about his new "forever partnership" with the United States and Britain 18 months ago while Australia was still tied to a $90bn contract with France to build submarines.
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The prime minister, Scott Morrison, announced on Thursday morning that Australia would be ripping up its multi-billion dollar contract with the French shipbuilder Naval Group and sign a new deal with the US and UK to acquire nuclear-powered submarines.
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