With the country now focused on disentangling itself from the EU, Political Consultant Arpinder Baryana sets out the new landscape in foreign affairs, development and defence policy.
See how MPs voted on last night's motion on renewing the Trident nuclear deterrent.
Writing for PoliticsHome ahead of the Trident debate, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee Crispin Blunt explains why he believes Trident renewal is a missed opportunity to strengthen Britain's defences.
An industry-led initiative promising to plug the construction skills gap by utilising the valuable skills of ex-military personnel was highlighted in parliament this week by the Chartered Institute of Building.
Professor Mickey Howard, Professor of Supply Management at the University of Exeter Business School comments on British defence spending.
With revelations that Saudi Arabia is using British munitions to kill thousands of Yemeni civilians, many of them children, SNP’s Margaret Ferrier is fighting for an arms embargo.
University of Exeter experts will collect large amounts of propaganda put on the internet by Islamic State terrorists in real time to understand how it radicalises people.
UNICEF UK is calling on the UK Government to sign up to the Safe Schools Declaration, sending a clear message to the world that schools must not be attacked or occupied for military purposes.
Ahead of today’s Whitehall debate, Conservative MP Dr Tania Mathias reprimands the Government for having no control over the amount of small weapons we export, or where they end up.
New aircraft will support company’s business expansion
Former Labour Defence Secretary Lord Hutton of Furness is highly critical of the Labour leadership on its trident proposals and calls on Emily Thornberry to ‘follow the evidence’ on the submarine renewal programme.