Defence news today includes further coverage of HMS Ocean's return to the UK after six months on operations, and reporting on the situation in Mosul.
Defence in the media
Daily updates of how defence is reported in the UK media
While media has continued to be dominated by the terrorist attack in Westminster on Wednesday, there was widespread coverage of news that the Taliban have retaken Sangin in Afghanistan.
Today’s defence blog includes coverage of yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster.
Stories of defence interest today include a report on BBC Breakfast on the battle for Mosul, looking at the plight of civilians living there who are at risk of starving because of a lack of food, and further reporting of UK training to Iraqi …
Today’s defence news includes continued coverage of British troops deploying to Estonia as part of NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence, the withdrawal of the e-bluey service and a report on Army recruitment.
Today’s defence related media coverage includes news of British troops arriving in Estonia, as part of NATO’s enhanced Forward Presence.
The Queen's reopening of the National Army Museum and reports that Phil Shiner has declared bankruptcy lead today's defence news.
Defence News today includes coverage of British troops due to deploy to Estonia, the F35 and Exercise Askari Storm.
Defence news today includes further focus on the case of Sergeant Alexander Blackman, as well as reporting on the Defence Secretary's announcement of a better deal for taxpayers, with the lowering of the rate for single source contracts.
Top defence stories today include coverage of Scottish soldiers on exercise in Kenya and the withdrawal of the e-bluey service at the end of the month.