Conservative MP Tom Tugendhat has said the UK government should make an “exception” to allow commonwealth soldiers to bring their wives and children to the UK, as current immigration rules have seen troops take on second jobs to afford the costs.
A former soldier and military historian has claimed that Britain would 'probably lose' if a war broke out tomorrow.
A former British Army officer has claimed the defence secretary's announcement that all military roles will be opened up to women is a "smokescreen" for a recruitment issue.
MPs warned that the MoD 'simply does not have enough money to buy all the equipment it needs'.
Gavin Williamson is to give his first keynote speech since becoming Secretary of State last year
Johnny Mercer MP also claimed the decision not to take military action in Syria was 'the biggest foreign policy mistake of the decade'
A senior UK officer has said having British troops in Estonia shows Nato is a 'very capable force'
Ashdown says the British military has created its own mess by spending vast sums on two aircraft carriers that we didn't need
General Sir Nick Carter is to give a speech at the Royal United Services Institute
Natasha Devon MBE and Colonel Richard Kemp discussed the suggestion of mandatory service in the armed forces
The army could face questioning after it emerged several troops were accepted after expressing racist views online
A negotiation paper highlighting how crucial UK military protection is to European security is being released by the Government
Author Isabel Oakeshott thinks women being able to apply for the RAF Regiment is good but there's still a long way to go
Colonel Richard Kemp says we can't accept defeat in Afghanistan
Royal Marine James Glancy tells Carole Malone that he fears those being trained in the army now won't be prepared enough for deployment
Relatives of soldiers killed in Afghanistan have criticised the failure to invite the military to the unveiling of a new war memorial in central London
Bob Blackman says RMT and Aslef strikes have gone on far enough
The Parliamentary defence committee has called for a new law to be introduced to criminalise impostors wearing military medals, after it was decriminalised in 2006
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Two inquiries are taking place into allegations of misconduct in Iraq and Afghanistan, but Col Stewart believes the claims are vastly overblown
The drone can stay in the air for 45 days, smashing the world record for an unrefuelled aircraft and allowing it to traverse the globe in the hunt for potential threats