Defence in the Media: Tuesday 11 July

The head of the British Army, General Sir Nick Carter and Mayor of Winchester City, Councillor David McLean holding the freedom scroll and silver bugle which were exchanged on the occasion of the RIFLES being granted the Freedom of the City. Crown copyright.

Today’s Defence related news includes coverage of the liberation of Mosul, inaccurate reporting of Operation Northmoor, the Saudi Arabia Judicial Review, and a report on the development of long-range enemy missiles. Liberation of Mosul: There is widespread coverage, including the …

Defence in the media: Monday 10 July

More than 200 Armed Forces and civilian Defence personnel, led by the Band of the Welsh Guards, marched in this year’s Pride in London to mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales.

Today's defence-related news includes the Battle for Mosul, lateral recruitment in the Army and reporting on historic allegations in Afghanistan.  Battle for Mosul Alongside widespread broadcast coverage, the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mirror, The Times, The Guardian, The Scotsman, Financial Times, Daily Mail and The Independent all report …

Defence in the Media: 27 June 2017

HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first QE Class aircraft carrier, set sail from Rosyth yesterday to commence first stage sea trials off the north-east of Scotland.

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 …