Britain is looking to step up its role as an international space power not only commercially, but militarily too. While the UK has grand ambitions for a greater space industry role post-Brexit—by expanding its market share in the sector to 10% by 2030—the government has also begun taking a greater interest in the heavens above as a potential warfighting domain and the security of its space-based infrastructure more seriously. Spurred on by Chinese anti-satellite efforts, ...

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