Plans to plug the gap in army personnel numbers created by the austerity programme will leave Britain vulnerable to attack as "we haven't got the manpower", warned a former army colonel.
Rebel Tory MP Bob Stewart told Daybreak there would be "a gap of three years" before the Territorial Army came in to relieve pressure on a stretched army.
"We are going to be getting rid of, for example, four infantry battalions by the end of next year, then there as a gap of three years before the reservists come in and we haven't got the manpower."
More top news
Since Friday's EU result, the Liberal Democrats have recorded thousands of voters signing up to become members.
Anthony Joshua vowed to rest after retaining his heavyweight title.
Adele described performing at Glastonbury as the "best moment" of her life as she took to the Pyramid Stage.