The Shadow Defence Secretary has told Forces TV her party is committed to spending more on defence if it wins the next election.

Nia Griffith said Labour would go back to calculating spending the way it was done in 2010 – after a cross-party committee of MPs said the government had "moved the goalposts" to avoid falling below the NATO 2% target. 

But, talking to our correspondent James Hirst, she refused to detail how much extra money that might mean for defence.

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