Luke Pollard spends a week 'badgering, poking and cajoling' to get a better deal for Plymouth – and finds cause for hope in the midst of a gridlocked Parliament
Michael Fallon has hinted that the fall in sterling following the EU referendum could lead to real terms cuts to the defence budget.
The youth wing of the Labour party has voted at odds with the leadership by calling for Britain to withdraw from the Nato alliance.
Ministers have been urged to do more to prevent hundreds of job losses after defence giant BAE Systems announced plans to cut 2,000 posts across the UK.
The spending decisions of successive governments have left our defences ‘hollowed out’, warns Defence Committee chair Julian Lewis
Sir Michael Arthur, president, Boeing Europe and managing director, Boeing UK and Ireland comments on the Bombardier trade dispute: "Boeing will continue to defend a level playing field around the world".
Michael Fallon has said the Government should pledge to increase Britain’s contributions to Nato from its current level at 2% of GDP.
Theresa May will today commit the UK to establishing a "bold, new security partnership with the EU" after Brexit.
The transatlantic row over an aeroplane parts plant in Northern Ireland “could jeopardise” future trade with the US, the Defence Secretary has said.
Jeremy Corbyn has said he does not yet know if a Labour government would unilaterally ditch Britain's nuclear weapons if he were Prime Minister.
The Ministry of Defence spent more than £60,000 on mobile internet use for a single phone last year, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Drone strike pilots who bomb Islamic State targets remotely could be awarded medals, Sir Michael Fallon has said.
The UK should formalise security links with the EU to make sure Brexit does not impact the fight against terrorism, David Davis has said following the attack on Parsons Green.
The UK’s terror threat level has been raised from ‘severe’ to ‘critical’ after a bomb planted on a tube train burst into flames at Parsons Green station.
Theresa May is "outraged" by North Korea's latest ballistic missile test, Downing Street has said.
Labour will use a debate later today to call on the Government to boost the pay of Britain’s troops.
Britain will continue to provide military and security assistance to the European Union after Brexit, the Government has insisted.
We will never support such proposals and we will fight to defend the decent jobs our members and their communities depend on says GMB at the TUC Congress.
It is still very unclear if successive governments will be able to fund a steady flow of new ships beyond the initial batch order of five Type 31e, says Dods Monitoring consultant, Arpinder Baryana.
In an interview with PoliticsHome, Veterans Aid CEO Dr Hugh Milroy conceptualises what veteran support should look like in the 21st Century.
Boris Johnson has said 'all options are on the table' following North Korea’s latest strike but warned international allies against taking military action to tackle the rogue state.
Theresa May has urged the Chinese government to use its influence to bring the North Korean regime to heel.
CEO of Veterans Aid Dr Hugh Milroy has been appointed Visiting Senior Lecturer in the Department of Psychological Medicine at King’s College London’s Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN).
The SNP’s spokesperson for Defence Procurement writes that the Government’s shipbuilding strategy is now long overdue and notes the Royal Navy also faces a recruitment crisis.