Sky News, BBC News and the Today Programme all report that HMS Richmond will be offered to the EU mission to tackle people smugglers at their source.
MOD News Team
This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe. Army Leadership Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Nicholas Carter, told this morning’s Today programme that a new Army code of conduct will crack down on …
Dominating broadcast headlines this morning are the reported comments made by Jeremy Corbyn that, if elected party leader, he would offer a public apology for Labour’s role in taking Britain into the Iraq War.
Included amongst this morning’s broadcast bulletins and of interest to Defence is the Sky News report that ISIL are now focussing on urging British recruits to carry out “lone wolf” attacks in the UK
The BBC Today Programme and 5Live bulletins lead with the Defence Secretary’s announcement that the UK is to extend air strikes against ISIL by a year, to March 2017.
This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis in Calais and Kent.
Amongst today’s broadcast bulletins is the news that the Prime Minister is expected announce trade deals of around £750m when he visits Indonesia later.
Outlets this morning cover a variety of stories with the Pentagon’s news that a US airstrike in Syria has killed Muhsin al-Fadhli, a key figure in the Khorasan Group being the main item of interest to Defence.
The Daily Mail’s front page this morning features an interview with a father of one of the reservists who died on a march on the Brecon Beacons ahead of the expected verdict from the inquest today.
This morning’s broadcast and newspaper headlines include news of changes to the FCO’s travel advice for Tunisia, and further analysis of the Chancellor’s budget proposals.