Defence news today includes the appointment of the first female MOD Chief Scientific Advisor, as well as coverage of an RAF Typhoon quick reaction alert launch.
Defence news today includes coverage of Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt's speech at the First Sea Lord's Sea Power Conference 2019, held at RUSI.
Leading Defence news today is further coverage on homes for Army families, and reporting that five military personnel have been recognised for making a difference for LGBT in the workplace. Army housing An article in The Sun reports that the chief executives of Carillion …
Earlier today Minister for the Armed Forces Penny Mordaunt spoke at a Westminster Hall debate on the Iraq Historic Allegations Team (IHAT). Here is the check-against-delivery version of her speech.
As we move into 2016, the Minister for the Armed Forces, Penny Mordaunt, thanks the men and women of the Armed Forces who have assisted with the emergency response to flooding over December.
Black History Month remembers and celebrates people from the past, and those who contribute to our society today. For the UK Armed Forces, this is an opportunity to celebrate the contribution of black personnel
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.
In defence news today, various papers report on threats to Afghan interpreters who worked with British forces, and the leak of government email addresses apparently registered with infidelity website Ashley Madison.
This morning’s broadcast headlines are dominated by the ongoing migrant crisis in Calais and Kent.
The Court of Appeal today ruled against the Ministry of Defence in relation to the detention of Serdar Mohammed who was captured and detained by UK Armed Forces in Afghanistan in April 2010.