The answer, of course, is next to nothing. To the British Treasury, and the British Government, including the Prime Minister, money, is very, very, much more important than the mainly young people in the British Armed Forces. From what we have seen of this Treasury driven and very rushed 'Defence Review' (read Defence cuts) no one should be foolish enough to put their lives on the line for the UK. No British political party, not even the Conservative party -at least those running it right now- regards the lives of British Servicemen and women as worth hardly a damn, when compared to saving money. British political types should be ashamed. So far as I understood it the first and most important duty of a Government is Defence. As for the 'save money at any cost' British Treasury, they have killed more British Servicemen and women, than all our enemies combined. The Defence budget is a very small amount of overall Government spending. There are much better ways of saving money than risking the lives of those upstanding enough to join the British Armed Forces.