This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe. Army Leadership Chief of the General Staff, General Sir Nicholas Carter, told this morning’s Today programme that a new Army code of conduct will crack down on …
On a day when headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis across Europe, there is also widespread coverage of the Chinese government’s huge military parade through Beijing to commemorate Japan's Second World War defeat.
The papers report this morning that two Ukrainian guardsmen have died of the wounds they sustained in a grenade attack outside Ukraine's parliament.
Among this morning’s top Defence stories is the news that in Ukraine deadly clashes have broken out between police and nationalist protesters in Kiev.
A variety of Defence related news is featured across broadcast and print outlets today, including further Government investment in HMNB Faslane, calls for women to serve in the SAS, and a look at warships of the future.
Today’s defence news touches on the situation in Afghanistan, the inquest into the death of a young air cadet and measures taken to counter ISIL online. There is also further coverage of the Chilcot Inquiry.
As well as widespread reporting on Sir John Chilcot’s statement about his inquiry into the Iraq War there have been reports about fighting in Afghanistan.
News outlets report this morning that President Assad has dismissed claims that his Russian and Iranian allies will abandon him in an attempt to secure a ceasefire deal
Today's news includes continued reporting of the Shoreham Air Show crash, the Government's position on Afghan Interpreters and ISIL's destruction of ancient monuments in Palmyra.
Today’s headlines include news that ISIL militants have destroyed Palmyra's ancient temple of Baalshamin and further reporting on Defence spending.