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Jeremy Hunt has become the first Cabinet minister to admit that Bashar al-Assad will remain in power in Syria despite UK efforts to remove him from office.
Leaving the European Union without a deal is “not an option” given the threat it would pose to Britain’s security, a minister has warned.
Senior ministers will meet urgently to discuss the threat of copycat drones in the wake of the Gatwick airport attack, it has been reported.
The PM’s special representative for the centenary of the First World War, Dr Andrew Murrison MP writes about the seven-year long journey to ensure the centenary of the Great War was commemorated appropriately.
Defence must come first in the spending review if we are to protect our people and maintain our commitments around the world, says Michael Fallon
The government has forgotten the importance of maritime security – this spending review is a chance to put that right, says Lord West
Ministers approved the sale of more than £2.5million-worth of snooping equipment to Saudi Arabia in the past year despite concerns over its human rights record, PoliticsHome can reveal.
Leidos have a 13-year contract with the MOD to help British SMEs supply the UK's troops
Gavin Williamson has vowed to end the "witch-hunt" against ex-soldiers facing vindictive prosecutions.
Plans to create a European army to rival Nato are “crazy and dangerous” and would undermine international security, Gavin Williamson has said.
Former Defence minister Kevan Jones assesses the detail behind the Budget and the publication of the Defence Equipment Plan.
Barrow and Furness MP John Woodcock marks the 50th anniversary of the first UK nuclear patrol by HMS Resolution. He is hosting an event in parliament to mark this anniversary, which will be attended by Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith.
At the invitation of James Gray MP, General Sir Nick Carter recently set out the strategic context and what it means for the military in a speech at the Armed Forces Parliamentary Scheme Graduation Dinner
We have dangerously downgraded the status of defence in our national priorities. Spending must rise to 3% of GDP if the UK is to face up to modern-day threats, writes the chair of the Defence Select Committee Julian Lewis
The army is on standby to help with the fallout of Britain leaving the European without a deal, the country's top general has declared.
Ex-soldiers will be guaranteed a home, mental health support and education and employment opportunities under a Labour government, Jeremy Corbyn has pledged.
Anti-nuclear campaigners have taken aim at Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith after she declared that Labour’s backing for Trident was “settled policy”.
Britain is calling on its EU allies to approve tough new sanctions on senior figures in Russia’s international spy network.
Nia Griffith has held a firm line on Labour’s defence policy since becoming shadow secretary of state two years ago. But can she maintain the party’s support for Trident going forward? The MP for Llanelli talks MoD budgets, Gavin Williamson, Russia, nuclear deterrents and more with Matt Foster
Support the Poppy Appeal to remember those whose sacrifice helped to build the freedoms we now enjoy, says Kevan Jones MP.
The Head of the Armed Forces has said he is “uncomfortable” at the prospect of personally being investigated as part of the probe into killings during the Troubles.
General Sir Nick Carter’s military career has included service in the most high-profile conflicts the UK has engaged in over the past 40 years. Now Chief of the Defence Staff, the Sandhurst graduate wants to ensure Britain is prepared for new 21st Century threats. He talks to Sebastian Whale
Veterans Aid have responded to Defence Minister Tobias Ellwood who is reported as saying he fears employers could be put off hiring veterans over concerns they are ‘doolally’.
Unhelpful perceptions that former servicemen and women are “doolally” could be putting off employers from hiring veterans, a defence minister has said.