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.
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