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.
British forces have “hit the terrorists hard” in recent action against Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the Defence Secretary said today.
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised the Government for backing Donald Trump’s decision to commit the US to “fight and win” the war in Afghanistan.
Michael Fallon has welcomed Donald Trump’s declaration that the US will remain in Afghanistan to “fight and win” against the Taliban.
You could be forgiven for thinking that we were still fighting the Napoleonic Wars, say Martin Docherty-Hughes MP, as he calls on the UK government to re-commit to North Atlantic defence.
SNP Spokesperson for Armed Forces and Veteran Affairs Carol Monaghan has called for the establishment of an Armed Forces representative body to properly support service personnel.
SNP Spokesperson for Defence, Stewart McDonald MP, is concerned that the current review into the UK's military and counter terrorism capabilities will be mired in disengagement and secrecy.
Jeremy Corbyn has urged the US and North Korea to reduce tensions and avoid a devastating nuclear attack - saying any such blast would be “unthinkable”.
The High Court has blocked a bid by a former Iraqi army chief of staff to bring a private prosecution against Tony Blair.
A former defence minister has blasted the government after it emerged British arms sales hit have hit their lowest level since 2011.
A Conservative MP has described the current size of the Army as “laughable” as new figures revealed another fall in the number of military personnel.
It is particularly significant for the people of Scotland's largest city, where the first ship will be built.
Cabinet ministers must employ military discipline to prevent “dangerous enemy” Jeremy Corbyn from winning the keys to Downing Street, Michael Fallon has said.
The Government is set to spend billions of pounds in hidden costs on a flawed warplane, it has been revealed.
Controversial British weapons sales to Saudi Arabia are legal, the High Court ruled today after seeing secret evidence.
The Defence Select Committee must do more to protect the men and women of our Armed Forces, Johnny Mercer believes. The former Artillery Officer talks to Daniel Bond