UK forces are ready to hit cyber attackers by “air, land, sea or cyber space” in order to protect major infrastructure, Michael Fallon has warned.
Union says its time to commit to new type 31 frigates and RFA support vessels as flagship aircraft carrier begins sea trials.
Britain’s fleet of spy planes will be cut from five to four in order to save funds, it has emerged.
Dods Monitoring Political Consultant Sabine Tyldesley examines the impact of Brexit on the UK’s future role in European security and law enforcement cooperation.
Reservists supported in serving their country.
In an era of shifting geo-political alliances Britain needs a secure and agile supply-chain, writes former Royal Navy chief Lord West
Good quality, subsidised accommodation for service families is crucial. Anything less harms their morale – and our defence
Few policy areas have caused more problems for Labour in recent years than defence. But as the party’s fourth shadow defence secretary under Jeremy Corbyn, Nia Griffith is fighting to turn around the public’s perception. She talks to Sam Macrory about Nato, Trident and why Labour must have a real debate about interventionism
Julian Lewis believes the West is facing a threat to its security not seen since the 1980s. The Defence Select Committee chair tells Sebastian Whale why he’s fighting to increase the MoD's budget – and why he hopes the 'dire prospect' of an EU Army does not become a reality
Probing questions need to be asked about the future of UK helicopter production when MPs debate the industry tomorrow (Tuesday 24 January).
Families from two charities flew with Santa from Bristol Airport.
Sleep out raises more than £7,000 for Julian House.
The first of three A350-1000 development aircraft to fly – MSN059 – has landed at Toulouse-Blagnac Airport France at 15.00hrs local time after successfully completing its first flight which lasted four hours and 18 minutes.
The Ministry of Defence has set out a strategy to make better use of its built estate, but much of this is uncertain and carries risks, according to the National Audit Office.
The Comptroller and Auditor General, Amyas Morse, has for the second successive year qualified his opinion on the financial statements of Defence Equipment & Support (DE&S).
Aspiring aerospace professionals looking to take their first steps towards a high flying future can find out more about apprenticeship opportunities at an Airbus Group Apprenticeship Information Events being held in North Wales and Portsmouth.
Professor Richard Toye from the University of Exeter writes to mark the 60th anniversary of the Suez Crisis.
Labour MP Keith Vaz writes about the "forgotten war in Yemen" ahead of his debate on the humanitarian situation in the country.
The issues of UAVs and airspace management were debated at Cranfield University’s Technology Conference Visions of an Autonomous Future on 16 September 2016 part of its celebrations of 70 years since the foundation of the College of Aeronautics.
Labour MP Jamie Reed writes that Jeremy Corbyn's refusal to say he would authorise military action if a Nato ally was invaded by Russia shows he is unfit to be his party's leader.
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.