Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the British Army's new Chief of General Staff.
Today's defence-related news includes the Defence Secretary's announcements of the uplift in UK troop numbers to Afghanistan, that Daesh faces its endgame in Mosul and a £48m Apache training contract. UK Troop uplift in Afghanistan Media today report an uplift …
Today’s defence related news continues to focus on HMS Queen Elizabeth’s departure for sea trials. HMS Queen Elizabeth sets sail from Scotland The news that the Royal Navy’s largest and most powerful ship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has set sail from Rosyth …
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Army training schedule and further reporting on the Royal Marines. Army exercises The Times speculates today on the British Army exercise programme. An MOD spokesperson said: Britain has the largest defence budget …
Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Defence Secretary’s speech on cyber threats and the news that Phil Shiner has been struck off for misconduct.
Commemorations taking place in Japan to mark the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Nagasaki have run across the majority of media outlets today, with many observing that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe,
Defence issues in the news today include calls for the Army to help secure Calais, follow up coverage of Army numbers, and the confirmation of the death of Taliban leader Mullah Omar.
This morning’s papers cover a range of Defence-related topics, including a speech due to be made by the Defence Secretary Michael Fallon today.
Today’s broadcast news continues to feature the first repatriation of the first bodies of some of those British tourists who were killed by a gunman on a beach in Tunisia.