A leading general believes cuts to the defence budget may have helped the Army design "a better, adaptable force structure".
Major General James Everard, assistant chief of the general staff, told BBC Radio 4's World At One: "I look at the Army force structure and I think that, perhaps if we hadn't been pushed, we wouldn't have got to where we have got to, and I am very happy with where we are."
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