THE Army has no heavy guns left in Britain after giving them all to Ukraine.
Defence chiefs are scrambling to buy replacements after pledging their 30 working AS90s to Kyiv.
Top Brass insist the AS90s are best used blasting Putin’s invaders.
The self-propelled artillery pieces can blast targets 15 miles away with 155mm shells.
But the decision to give them away has stripped two Royal Artillery regiments, based on Salisbury Plain, Wilts, of all their working weapons.
An artillery source said: “If gunners don’t have guns we can’t fight, we can’t train.”
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace vowed to rush forward replacements with an £800million “mobile fires programme”.
But the new guns are not due until 2029, at the earliest.