Broadcasters lead their bulletins this morning with warnings from the Defence Secretary that a Paris-style terrorist attack could “easily” happen in UK cities such as London, Manchester or Glasgow as he steps up efforts to win MP’s backing for air …
Millions of people across the world are affected by the destruction of war. Women and children are the worst hit casualties of conflict, with rape and gender-based violence being used as weapons, particularly by terrorists.
Running prominently in the broadcast bulletins this morning is reporting on plans the Government has for drumming up support for extending UK air strikes into Syria to tackle ISIL.
Royal Navy and Royal Air Force personnel based in the Falkland Islands have conducted a long range rescue of a British man from a Russian cruise ship.
Broadcasters this morning focus on a variety of stories, but all follow up on the Prime Minister’s statement on proposals to tackle ISIL in Syria yesterday and the subsequent political fallout.
This morning’s broadcast headlines are led by the news that Prime Minister David Cameron will appear in the House of Commons today to set out his case for extending UK air strikes against ISIL into Syria.
Coverage this morning continues of the Russian jet shot down by Turkey near the Syrian border.
Yesterday Monday 23rd November the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) 2015 was published.
Yesterday’s publication of the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) dominates today’s papers with a range of angles including the Prime Minister’s announcement on the increase of the defence equipment budget to £178bn, the Trident nuclear deterrent.
The Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), due to be published later today, is covered prominently by all media outlets. It is widely reported that Prime Minister David Cameron will announce extra spending on equipment, including a range of aircraft, …