The British government’s website says Trident has provided Britain’s security every day for the last 46 years.
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A Norwegian billionaire announced Tuesday he wants to contribute to society by giving away the "lion's share" of his fortune, including funds for an oceanographic research vessel for the scientific community.Kjell Inge Rokke, Norway's tenth richest man with an estimated fortune of 2 billion euros ($2.1 billion) according to financial magazine Kapital, will pay an undisclosed sum for the 181-meter vessel to be launched in 2020 .The research ship will carry 30 crew members and 60 scientists, and will be built in collaboration with the Worldwide Fund for Nature.
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