Of defence interest on today’s newspaper front pages, The Times reports that Mr Cameron has outlined plans for housing estates and schools dominated by a single community to become more ethnically mixed to end segregation in Britain.
Today’s broadcast news is led by David Cameron, who will set out a five-year strategy to combat Islamic extremism in Birminghamtoday, saying it is the ‘struggle of our generation’.
Today's defence news is dominated by Prime Minister David Cameron's comments to US media, that he wants Britain to do more in the campaign to defeat ISIL.
In the news today, numerous papers report that UK personnel embedded in Coalition nations’ forces have conducted air strikes against ISIL in Syria.
The broadcast and print news today cover a variety of stories, including the past embedding of UK military personnel in other nations’ forces conducting air strikes against ISIL in Syria.
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.