An Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) team call out to Kingston University features in today's media as they assisted the Metropolitan Police after a suspect Second World War bomb was found in a nearby building.
Today’s broadcast news continues to feature the first repatriation of the first bodies of some of those British tourists who were killed by a gunman on a beach in Tunisia.
Minister of State for Defence Procurement Philip Dunne visited Rosyth last week to power up the first of the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier’s four diesel generators.
It is reported widely this morning that the four injured British citizens following Friday’s attack in Tunisia have been flown home by the RAF, with bodies of some of the victims reportedly expected to be repatriated later this week.
Today’s broadcast and print news continues to focus on the terrorist attack in Tunisia, and the response of the Tunisian and British governments.
Further reports of the terrorist attack in Tunisia continues to dominate both the broadcast and print headlines, as 15 Britons have been confirmed as killed by an ISIL extremist.
The three most senior warrant officers from the Royal Navy, British Army and RAF attended the UK’s biggest LGBT pride event in London for the first time, supporting more than 200 defence personnel taking part in the parade.
Splashing across all of this morning's papers is the news of multiple terror attacks carried out in Tunisia, France and Kuwait, as Islamist fanatics appear to respond to the ISIL's calls for a wave of violence against foreign enemies during Ramadam.
The MOD has announced that Right Management Ltd has been awarded the Career Transition Partnership (CTP) contract, worth up to £100 million.
In the news this morning, EU leaders holding late-night talks in Brussels have agreed to relocate tens of thousands of migrants who have arrived in Italy and Greece.
Yesterday was the first Reserves Day and the response to the campaign has been outstanding.