Defence Spending: PM Says No More Job Cuts Cameron has revealed there will be no more staff cuts to the Army, Navy or Air Force - a day after the Head of the Army said further cutbacks could prove "quite dangerous, quite quickly". The Prime Minister made the assurance after General Sir Peter Wall exclusively told Sky News that Britain's chances of success in future wars could be "seriously damaged" if the Army was downsized in the latest spending review. Mr Cameron said: "We're not going to be making further cuts to the numbers of our Army, Navy or Air Force, they know what they have available. "No department can be excluded from being efficient from saving money, from making sure we get the best possible value from every pound that we take from the taxpayers and spend." Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander told Sky News there was room to make efficiency savings in the Army without affecting frontline military capabilities. "And, of course, in a department that has more horses than it has tanks, there are room for efficiencies without affecting our overall military output which, of course, is what we need to maintain." But defence expert Francis Tusa says the current state of the Army could have been avoided by making efficiency savings over a decade ago.