Ebola There is widespread coverage that a female Army medic has tested positive for the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone. Public Health England, the Department of Health, the Ministry of Defence and NHS England can confirm that the UK military …
Defence spending Discussion around the level of defence spending over the next Parliament continues to attract media coverage.
Defence spending Discussion around the level of defence spending over the next Parliament continued to attract media coverage over the weekend and into the start of this week.
Defence Spending The Times splashes this morning on a Whitehall source’s comments, which suggest that the Treasury is preparing to freeze defence spending after the election, and this, the paper reports, is fuelling a growing Tory rebellion over the UK's military budget.
Air near miss The Daily Mirror and other regional media outlets have offered stories relating to an Air Proximity report from last year and much of the commentary has been sensationalised.
Op Honours There has been widespread continued coverage of the awards given to service men and women in last week’s Operational Honours list.
Operational Honours There is widespread coverage of the awards given in Operational Honours List 43, which recognises the bravery and meritorious service of all three branches of the Armed Forces across the globe.
Ukraine deployment All of today’s papers cover Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that Britain will send military personnel to Ukraine to train the country’s Armed Forces with medical, logistics, tactical intelligence and infantry teams.
Russian aircraft There has also been widespread reporting today, including on the Telegraph website, that RAF Typhoon aircraft scrambled to intercept Russian aircraft travelling off the coast of the UK yesterday.
ISIL & Libya Security in Libya has collapsed in the wake of the revolution that unseated Colonel Gaddafi in 2011 reports the Daily Telegraph