A spending review into national security and defence is likely to be part suspended after the Defence Secretary argued future cuts had the potential to further impact the UK’s dwindling troop numbers.
The Defence Secretary has said Britain will “not hesitate” in safeguarding its waters from hostility after the Navy was forced to track a Russian vessel through the North Sea.
Gavin Williamson has intervened to stop an attempt by the Army to scrap its ‘Be the Best’ slogan and crossed swords crest.
Theresa May has said James Bond should one day be played by a woman.
The UK must “step up” and deal with the growing threat of North Korea’s nuclear capability, Gavin Williamson has warned.
The military may not be able to afford necessary new equipment as it struggles to take on further budget cuts, MPs have warned.
Veterans Aid, the UK’s frontline operational charity for veterans in crisis, has moved to new headquarters.
Theresa May was forced to step in and separate her Chancellor and Defence Secretary after a blazing row broke out between the pair in the Commons, it has been reported.
Gavin Williamson has been branded “juvenile” after suggesting that all Britons who have fought for Islamic State should be killed rather than being allowed to return to the UK.
Defence Committee chair Julian Lewis has said he will support Gavin Williamson in a “showdown” with the Treasury as he hit out at the crisis facing the department’s budget.
Philip Hammond is reportedly at the centre of a bizarre Whitehall spat over a six-figure bill for using RAF jets and helicopters.
Philip Hammond was last night branded “delusional” after he reportedly argued the army could be cut to just 50,000 troops.
Tory backbenchers have warned the new Defence Secretary he faces a "substantial rebellion" over cuts to the armed forces.
The UK's national security adviser has been accused of trying to "screw over" the Ministry of Defence following reports that the department will miss out on extra funding.
Veterans minister Tobias Ellwood has threatened to resign if sweeping cuts to the military go ahead.
Budget reaction, PMBs on prisons and Parliamentary constituencies and Gavin Williamson makes his despatch box debut. Sebastian Whale looks at what’s coming up this week
Theresa May will today launch a fresh attack on Vladimir Putin, calling Russia a “hostile state” that threatens the integrity of the Western world.
Philip Hammond is reportedly set to hand £4.5m raised through Libor fines to veterans causes such as charity Help for Heroes.
Backbench Tory MPs have threatened a 25-strong rebellion over cuts to defence spending, piling further pressure on Philip Hammond ahead of this week’s Budget.
Dr. Milroy and Canada’s Veterans Ombudsman Guy Parent met first when the former briefed members of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) and spoke at the country’s first Conference of the Canadian Institute for Military and Veterans Health Research (CIMVHR) in Kingston, Ontario. When Parent attended 9ICOAF (9th International Conference of Ombuds Institutions for the Armed Forces) in London recently the two men had much to talk about.
Labour has called on the Government to “ratchet down tensions” with Russia and insisted there needs to be "more evidence" of the Kremlin interfering in Western democracies.
It’s time we recognised that striving to improve mental health is just as natural as striving to improve our physical wellbeing, writes Armed Forces Minister Tobias Ellwood
Conservative MPs have hit out at the appointment of Gavin Williamson as Defence Secretary - with one ex-frontbencher saying it showed how “pathetically weak” Theresa May is.
The loss of the UK’s amphibious fleet would strip the Royal Navy of crucial capabilities – and jeopardise the future of the Royal Marines, warns South West Devon MP Gary Streeter