Defence news today includes Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson's announcement that the Ministry of Defence is investing £2.5 billion in Britain's submarine building projects.
Today’s defence-related news sees coverage of the Armed Forces' role in the clean-up of Salisbury, the stand-up of the Submarine Delivery Agency and news of Royal Gun Salutes to mark the birth of the Royal baby.
Today's Defence news is dominated by coverage of Remembrance Sunday.
Today marks an important moment in the process of dismantling some of our decommissioned submarines.
Broadcasters today are prominently highlighting the news that a convoy of UK military vehicles has been attacked while on patrol in Kabul, Afghanistan.
This morning’s broadcast headlines and newspapers are dominated by the Prime Minister’s announcement yesterday afternoon that two British ISIL jihadists, Reyaad Khan and Ruhul Amin, who died in Syria, were killed by an RAF ‘drone’ strike.
Of note for Defence this morning, it is being reported widely in the broadcast and print news that families of British service personnel killed in the Iraq War have threatened legal action against Sir John Chilcot
Today I can announce that the naval test reactor in the Vulcan Naval Reactor Test Establishment (NRTE) at Caithness in Scotland shut down for the last time yesterday
Of note for Defence today, comments made by the US Defence Secretary Ash Carter in relation to Britain’s defence spending, and the response to those remarks made by the UK’s Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, continue to be highlighted in the …
Yesterday, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon appeared on BBC Radio 4’s World at One Programme to discuss defence spending.