Most Germans would support more defense spending — poll
05 March 2023 | 9:25 am
A new poll in Germany suggests six people in 10 would approve of investing more still in the armed forces, even if it meant making cuts elsewhere or borrowing. They were much less keen on giving up a bank holiday for it.
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