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The United Kingdom is "looking very hard" at the future of the Iran nuclear deal after Donald Trump urged Boris Johnson to pull out of the agreement, Dominic Raab has said.
Boris Johnson has defended a £4bn deal which will see a US private equity firm purchasing a major British defence company, depsite concerns from UK military leaders.
Boris Johnson is to serve Christmas lunch to British troops in Estonia today during a visit to a Nato mission.
A major shake-up of Whitehall departments being considered by Boris Johnson could "waste both time and money", the Prime Minister has been warned.
Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan police commissioner, has been urged to “consider her position” after a new report revealed a series of failings in the force’s investigation into an alleged VIP paedophile ring.
The British public is weary of wars and quite rightly afraid of the growing threat of nuclear war, says Emma Dent Coat MP.
With Corbyn a lifelong pacifist and opponent of the UK strategic nuclear deterrent, Conservative MPs might want to rethink the judgment that there are no votes in defence, writes Julian Lewis MP
Much of the work of the Armed Forces is unseen, but we are always ready to defend the United Kingdom, writes Ben Wallace MP
Emily Thornberry has apologised for comparing the Liberal Democrats to the Taliban over their Brexit policy.
Donald Trump has heaped praise on Boris Johnson after the Prime Minister said Barack Obama had struck a "bad deal" with Iran over its nuclear ambitions.
Boris Johnson has refused to rule out Britain joining military action against Iran as he blamed it for attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities.
International Trade Secretary Liz Truss has apologised after green-lighting military sales to Saudi Arabia, despite a pledge not to allow the export of goods that could be used in the brutal civil war in Yemen.
Sajid Javid has vowed for the UK to continue to play a “leading role on the global stage” after Brexit and hike defence spending this week.
Fewer than five women have taken up the opportunity to become infantry soldiers – more than nine months after all Armed Forces roles were made open to them.
MPs must be given more access to sensitive information as part of a “fundamental” shift towards making sure they sign off on any military action, a cross-party committee has said.
Britain is joining forces with the US to protect shipping in the Gulf after Iran reportedly seized a third tanker, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has announced.
CEO of Veteran's Aid Dr Hugh Milroy writes that he is delighted to see the appointment of a dedicated Minister after years of urging Governments to support UK veterans.
Boris Johnson has handed Tory rising star Johnny Mercer a job as Defence Minister, as he unveiled a new government office for armed forces veterans.
The UK continued to send child soldiers to fight in Iraq and Afghanistan despite pledging to end the practice, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Jeremy Hunt has warned that the collapse of the Iranian nuclear deal could pose an "existential threat to mankind", as he heads to Brussels to try to salvage the agreement.
Theresa May has insisted that those suspected of the Salisbury chemcial attack must be “brought to justice” as she prepares for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Former Territorial Army serviceman, the Liberal Democrat defence spokesperson Jamie Stone writes to mark Armed Forces Day which offers an opportunity to “thank and celebrate the incredible men and women across our Armed Services”.
A Labour government would set up a trade union-style body to represent members of the Armed Forces, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Jeremy Hunt has vowed to boost defence spending by 25% over the next five years if he becomes Prime Minister.