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 papers feature coverage of ISIL, with varying focuses, along with stories on expanding cadet forces and plans for a new military memorial.
Today’s news continues to focus on the Chancellor’s summer budget and yesterday’s anniversary of the 7/7 bombings.
Minister of State for Defence Procurement Philip Dunne visited Rosyth last week to power up the first of the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier’s four diesel generators.
Further reports of the terrorist attack in Tunisia continues to dominate both the broadcast and print headlines, as 15 Britons have been confirmed as killed by an ISIL extremist.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has appeared on Sunday's BBC’s Andrew Marr show, while there is widespread coverage of a daring rescue during a Red Devil parachute display.
As the Defence Secretary visits the Clyde to cut steel on the Royal Navy’s second Offshore Patrol Vessel, he writes about what these new ships mean for the Navy, Defence, Scotland and the United Kingdom.
Yesterday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon appeared on BBC Radio 4’s World at One Programme to discuss defence spending.
Items of Defence interest this morning include news that HMS Bulwark arrived back in Italy this morning after rescuing hundreds of migrants this week. The migrants are said to be fleeing Libya. Yesterday the crew of HMS Bulwark helped Italy's coastguard rescue …
Today we have announced that a new helicopter-borne surveillance system has been chosen to protect the Royal Navy’s future Queen Elizabeth Class carriers. Here, Minister of State for Defence Procurement Philip Dunne talks about this important advancement in technology.