Items of interest to Defence in today’s news include promotion of tonight’s Panorama programme on reporter Tom Martienssen’s experience after being trapped with a team of British Army Gukhas halfway up Mount Everest when the earthquake hit in April.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has appeared on Sunday's BBC’s Andrew Marr show, while there is widespread coverage of a daring rescue during a Red Devil parachute display.
With the wider news agenda focusing on the EU Referendum, other articles report on defence spending and the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, with Prince Charles to unveil a new memorial at the site.
Foreign and defence affairs lead several papers today, including picture spreads from yesterday’s Trooping of the Colour.
Defence-related stories in today's newspapers include continued coverage of the military spending debate and suspected traffickers being seized as a result of the latest migrant rescue by HMS Bulwark.
The main story of interest today is HMS Bulwark’s involvement in international efforts to rescue a wave of more than 3,000 migrants attempting to cross the Mediterranean.
On the 71st anniversary of D-Day, news of note for Defence is focused on the military spending debate ahead of the G7 summit in Germany, the wait of some veterans for their Legion D’Honneur medal, and the continuing inquest into …
Items of Defence interest this morning include news that HMS Bulwark arrived back in Italy this morning after rescuing hundreds of migrants this week. The migrants are said to be fleeing Libya. Yesterday the crew of HMS Bulwark helped Italy's coastguard rescue …
In defence news this morning, broadcasters cover the story that HMS Bulwark rescued hundreds of migrants from the Mediterranean.
HMS Bulwark has conducted another migrant rescue mission in the central Mediterranean.