On today’s front pages, the Daily Telegraph and The Guardian carry photos of the Queen and Prince Harry taken from a video promoting the forthcoming Invictus Games, which will see serving personnel and veterans compete in 10 sports from May …
Of interest for Defence in today’s news, President Barack Obama is reportedly planning to send an extra 250 soldiers to Syria to help in the fight against Daesh, bringing the total US deployment on the ground to 300.
Today’s Defence news includes reporting of HMS Enterprise’s extended mission in the Mediterranean
In Defence news, ITV’s Good Morning Britain discusses the possibility of a Daesh terror plot targeting popular tourist resorts, linking this to reports that staff working in crowded places are set to be trained for an attack.
Defence-related news this morning includes stories on the top-performing officer cadet at Sandhurst.
In a quieter day for Defence news, outlets cover yesterday’s launch of the RAF’s Quick Reaction Alert, as well as the Chilcot inquiry.
In today's news items of interest for Defence there are reports about Daesh, steel and the anniversary of Puma helicopters serving in Afghanistan. Steel The Tata steel story is widely covered again today. A comment piece in The Times claims that the Royal Navy’s new …
This morning’s broadcasters report that the prime suspect over autumn's Paris terror attacks, Salah Abdeslam, will fight extradition to France. Prince Harry’s visit to Nepal is also reported with a note that he will meet Gurkhas whilst in the country.
This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by continued reporting of the EU referendum, as hundreds of business leaders, including more than a third of FTSE 100 leaders, have signed a letter saying that leaving the EU would risk jobs and …
A number of Defence related stories feature in the news this morning, including the security implications of the EU referendum debate, the on-going conflict in Syria, and continued reporting of the 2008 Apache crash