Today's defence-related news includes coverage of the Written Ministerial Statement which gives the Ministry of Defence the ability to call up reserve military personnel, as part of wider contingency planning, and reporting on the publication of annual figures on self-harm …
Today’s headlines include news that ISIL militants have destroyed Palmyra's ancient temple of Baalshamin and further reporting on Defence spending.
Today’s broadcast channels are dominated by continuing news of the Shoreham Air Show crash in which a Hawker Hunter jet crashed into the A27, killing seven people.
“People's choice: Image of the year" - Public Vote Launched Following on from the success of last year’s public vote, the RAF is again allowing the public to choose their favourite RAF photograph.
Dominating broadcast headlines this morning are the reported comments made by Jeremy Corbyn that, if elected party leader, he would offer a public apology for Labour’s role in taking Britain into the Iraq War.
There have been news reports arguing that the UK Government should grant asylum to Afghan staff, especially interpreters, who worked for British forces during military operations in Afghanistan.
In defence news today, various papers report on threats to Afghan interpreters who worked with British forces, and the leak of government email addresses apparently registered with infidelity website Ashley Madison.
Following a story on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme on the use of anti-malarials in the military, there has been further media coverage and calls for the use of the drug mefloquine to be suspended so a study into its …
Making news today, ISIL extremists have beheaded one of Syria's most prominent antiquities scholars in the ancient town of Palmyra, and Thai police say they believe the attack on a shrine in Bangkok was the work of several people.
The UK Government will be forever grateful for the vital support that our locally employed Afghan civilians provided to the UK and NATO allied troops. Some of them made the ultimate sacrifice, while on operations alongside our forces.
This morning’s defence-related broadcast headlines include the BBC reporting across Breakfast and BBC R4 Today that 18 Hurricanes and six Spitfires will fly over south-east England later today to mark 75 years since the Battle of Britain's "Hardest Day".