Britain is to deploy batteries of high precision long range missiles on Russian’s border for the first time since the Cold War. The long range rockets will be moved to Estonia next year amid fears Russian President Vladimir Putin could be planning to invade the country. The rockets are part of a huge military build-up by NATO countries in order to defend the

Baltic States.  Around 800 UK troops will deploy to Estonia next year as part of a 15-nation force, including soldiers from the US, France and Denmark. The Guided Multiple Launch Rocket Systems (GMLRS) fire as many as 12 missiles per minute and are capable of blowing up Russian tanks over a range of up to 45 miles. READ MORE