Today’s defence related news includes coverage of the Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt's speech this morning where she outlined the MOD’s ambitious space programme.
The most prominent story on today’s front pages is the European Union agreement reached last night to relocate refugees across member states.
There is continued coverage in today’s newspapers of Lord Ashcroft’s biography of David Cameron, which includes apparent criticisms from former senior military personnel on the Prime Minister’s knowledge of the military and his legacy in Libya.
Armed Forces Minister Penny Mordaunt gives her personal views on equality, during National Inclusion Week, and explains why it’s important we recruit the best possible people into the Armed Forces.
The graves of six Wellington bomber airmen have been rededicated in Holland following a successful search to trace their relatives. A group gathered for the ceremony held last week at Leeuwarden cemetery.
In today's defence-related news there's more on potential military action against ISIL in Syria and levels of political support.
The Asian Achievers Awards, an annual award ceremony run by Asian Business Publications Ltd, recognises the outstanding work by individuals from across all business sectors and professions within the Asian community. This weekend was the 15th awards ceremony, themed around the contribution …
There continues to be widespread broadcast coverage today of the growing tensions in Europe as it is reported more than 10,000 migrants have flooded into Austria. On defence matters, there has also been coverage of today's Battle of Britain commemorations including …
Included in today’s broadcast news is reporting that Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond will meet his American counterpart in London for the latest round of talks on defeating ISIL.
The migration crisis continues to dominate today’s news, as Croatia closes seven of its eight road border crossings with Serbia following a huge influx of migrants.
Medical experts have today published new health advice that backs the continued use of ‘Lariam’ by travellers from the UK.