Today's Defence news is dominated by last night’s vote in the House of Commons in which MPs voted overwhelmingly to renew our continuous at sea deterrent. Trident The renewal of Trident is widely covered by broadcasters this morning following the result of last night's vote, …
This morning’s broadcast news focuses on today’s Commons debate on Trident. Trident
Today's Defence news includes reporting from the Farnborough air show and further reaction to the ban on women in ground close combat roles being lifted.
Today’s Defence news includes widespread reporting on the publication of the Chilcot Report tomorrow, coverage of the House of Commons Defence Committee (HCDC) report on Russia and reporting on calls for Trident to be replaced. Defence Committee Russia BBC Radio 4 Today ran …
Today's defence news includes reports that hundreds of troops are taking part in a Nato exercise in Poland, as well as stories on Trident and service accommodation.
This morning’s papers carry articles on HMS Sutherland escorting a Russian ship, same sex marriages on military bases and Afghan interpreters.
Today’s defence news review covers issues including Trident, Syria, Libya, the sentencing of two soldiers in Wales for assault and Army recruitment.
Leading Defence news today is continued coverage of the terror attack in Turkey, and reporting on whether the UK could send non-combat troops to Libya. Ankara There is continued and widespread reporting that a car bomb terror attack has hit Ankara, …
Of note for Defence this morning, broadcast headlines and the front pages of the Times, Guardian, Independent and Metro are dominated by news that the Royal Navy ship RFA Mounts Bay is to be deployed to the Aegean in order to tackle people smugglers.
This morning’s Defence stories include reporting on yesterday’s anti-nuclear protest, the opening of a memorial remembering the British military personnel who died in the first Gulf War and mesothelioma lump sum compensation payments.