Today's defence related news includes coverage on the Type 31e warships, RAF Typhoons equipped with Meteor missiles and the F-35 programme. Type 31e The Sun, The Times and Financial Times reports that three shipbuilding teams have been awarded multi-million-pound contracts to …
This morning’s papers cover a range of Defence-related topics, including a speech due to be made by the Defence Secretary Michael Fallon today.
Yesterday Prince Harry announced that the second Invictus Games for injured service personnel and veterans will be held in Florida, USA, in 2016.
The front pages of the Daily Telegraph, The Express, The Independent, The Times and the Daily Mail all make reference to the coroner ‘s verdict from yesterday’s Brecon Beacon’s inquest.
A Coroner has recorded narrative verdicts at the inquest of three Army reservists who died during a training exercise on the Brecon Beacons in July 2013.
The Daily Mail’s front page this morning features an interview with a father of one of the reservists who died on a march on the Brecon Beacons ahead of the expected verdict from the inquest today.
There is widespread reporting in the news today that the Prime Minister has asked the Ministry of Defence to look at doing more to counter the threat of ISIL
Today’s papers feature coverage of ISIL, with varying focuses, along with stories on expanding cadet forces and plans for a new military memorial.
On a quieter Saturday for UK Defence News, the papers widely cover the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, with yesterday's flypast which included Typhoons and Hurricanes, receiving strong coverage.
Members of the Armed Forces have been presented with campaign medals this week for their efforts helping to tackle Ebola in West Africa. Here's what happened at the reception and what the recipients had to say.
This morning’s broadcast and newspaper headlines include news of changes to the FCO’s travel advice for Tunisia, and further analysis of the Chancellor’s budget proposals.