This morning’s papers report on the nuclear deterrent and Royal Air Force air strikes against Daesh.
MOD News Team
The Battle of the Somme, fought between July and November 1916, was one of the defining events of the First World War. The British Army assumed a major role in what was intended to be the main Allied effort on …
Today's Defence news includes coverage of The Public Accounts Committee’s findings that Carillion Amey are providing Armed Forces personnel and their families with poor homes, a report on a bid to keep women from serving in ground close combat roles, …
Articles of defence interest this morning include reporting on yesterdays Farnborough announcements and new access to student loans for families of members of the Armed Forces serving overseas.
Today's Defence news includes reporting from the Farnborough air show and further reaction to the ban on women in ground close combat roles being lifted.
There is interest across broadcast and print outlets today ahead of the NATO Summit in Warsaw, including news that British troops will be deployed to eastern Europe as part of a show of strength by NATO against Russia.
The publication of the Chilcot report dominates this morning’s news both in broadcast and in the papers. There are also reports about the refitted RAF Voyager that is set to provide transport to the Royal Family and senior Government Ministers.
Today’s Defence news includes widespread reporting on the publication of the Chilcot Report tomorrow, coverage of the House of Commons Defence Committee (HCDC) report on Russia and reporting on calls for Trident to be replaced. Defence Committee Russia BBC Radio 4 Today ran …
Today’s blog looks ahead to the publication of the Iraq Inquiry and the forthcoming Nato summit, as well as the tragic events in Iraq on Saturday night.
Today’s front pages carry reports from yesterday’s Somme commemorations.