LONDON—The UK plans to look at the creation of a mobile national counter-drone capability to respond to “challenging drone security incidents” such as the shutdown of London’s Gatwick Airport last December. The proposals, outlined in the British government’s Counter Unmanned Aircraft Strategy, call for a capability that will reduce “domestic reliance on defense capability” and help the police and security agencies protect “national iconic ...

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