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Gavin Williamson should face a criminal probe after he was sacked over the Huawei leak, according to senior politicians.
Gavin Williamson has denied being the source of the Huawei leak after being sacked as Defence Secretary by Theresa May.
Theresa May has sacked Gavin Williamson as Defence Secretary after a Whitehall probe found him guilty of leaking her decision to give Chinese firm Huawei a role in the development of the UK's 5G network.
Theresa May is facing growing calls to order a leak inquiry after secret discussions by Cabinet ministers about Chinese telecoms giant Huawei's role in Britain's 5G network were made public.
Theresa May is to let Chinese telecoms giant Huawei build parts of Britain's new 5G network despite security warnings from ministers.
Barrow MP John Woodcock writes to mark the 50th anniversary of the UK's continuous at-sea nuclear deterrent following a debate in the House of Commons.
Speaking at the defence and security round table supported by PA Consulting, Sir Mark Sedwill, Cabinet Secretary said that after Brexit, the UK needs to use national capabilities in the most coherent and effective way possible.
Britain’s armed forces have set up a team in a nuclear-proof bunker underneath the Ministry of Defence as part of preparations for a no-deal Brexit, officials have said.
Ministers have been accused of failing to acknowledge a "historic debt" to black soldiers who served in World War Two amid claims they were paid significantly less than their white comrades.
To fight back against dropping recruitment rates, the Army must revise its entry criteria and speed up the application process, says Anne-Marie Trevelyan
A negative press briefing shows the MoD to be fighting back against misjudged cuts. Defence Select Committee chair Julian Lewis reports on the coup that failed
Since security and prosperity go hand in hand, we’re ensuring our Defence industry can grasp the benefits of the post-Brexit world, writes Gavin Williamson
CEO Veterans Aid Dr Hugh Milroy has responded to Drew Hendry MP.
As a serving soldier in 3 Scots stationed at Fort George, he has loyally served, becoming a British citizen, undertaking tours in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Cyprus. So why is the Home Office denying him reunification with his daughter? Drew Hendry MP writes.
Theresa May has unveiled a £200m support package for victims of the bloody Yemeni civil war.
Philip Hammond has rebuked Gavin Williamson over comments he made that were said to have angered China.
Philip Hammond will not visit China in the coming days amid reports that Beijing pulled out after Gavin Williamson threatened to deploy a warship in the Pacific.
Britain is on "the wrong side of the law" by continuing to sign-off arms exports for Saudi Arabia to use in the bloody war in Yemen, ministers have been warned.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has demanded a shake-up of Britain's marriage laws to end "unacceptable" curbs on civil partnerships at military bases.
Former Defence minister Labour’s Kevan Jones writes that Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson’s vision may appeal to the selectorate of a future Tory leader, but is one that has little relevance to the challenges facing Britain and our allies.
Brexit gives Britain the chance to increase its military standing around the world and "enhance our lethality", Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson will say today.
Defence bosses have been criticised by MPs for their “woeful” failure to close a multi-billion pound funding gap in their equipment budget.
Ministers have been blasted for allowing more than £4.5m-worth of arms and defence exports to Saudi Arabia to go ahead in spite of the Kingdom's fierce war with Yemen.
Ministers have laid the ground work for reservists to be called into permanent service with the army in the event of a no-deal Brexit.