As we reported this morning and was followed closely by broadcasters today, a World War Two Bomb was discovered yesterday in Wembley.
This morning 48 Little Ships, who took part in the original evacuation of allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk during the Second World War, set sail for Dunkirk from Ramsgate to mark the 75th anniversary of Dunkirk.
Falkland Islands It is widely reported, including in The Daily Telegraph, The Daily Mail and The Guardian, that Britain is to boost its defenceson the Falkland Islands following Defence Secretary Michael Fallon’s statement to the House yesterday.
Defence spending The US is confident that Britain remains a "force of its own in the World", the Defence Secretary says today amid a growing backlash over the Conservative's failure to commit 2 per cent of national income on the armed forces.
Defence Budget As part of an Institute of Fiscal Studies’ (IFS) analysis of the pre-election Budget, the Telegraph, Times and Guardian lead with the angle that in order to protect defence spending at 2 per cent of GDP, other public services including the courts, police …
News this morning is largely focused on the Chancellor’s pre-election Budget, which was announced yesterday.
Prince Harry After initial speculation several days ago, Prince Harry has confirmed that he will be leaving the army after a 10 year career in which he experienced two tours of Afghanistan.
The weekend saw lots of coverage of the Afghanistan service of commemoration, which took place on Friday. There was also continued coverage of potential cuts to Defence spending and a variety of articles covered the situation in Vanuatu this morning.
Defence spending Discussion around the level of defence spending over the next Parliament continues to attract media coverage.
Op Honours There has been widespread continued coverage of the awards given to service men and women in last week’s Operational Honours list.