Defense Finance and Contracts

'How is it that so many warning signs were ignored by the company and the Government?'
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May spar over failed firm at PMQs.
Prisoners left in squalid conditions as Carillion failed to deliver.
President’s anti-abortion campaign to hit poorest
Once again, the Chancellor show’s that he knows the price of everything and the value of nothing
When our servicemen and women join the armed forces, they sign a contract vowing to serve and protect our country. In return
It’s not the first time the U.S. has been on the verge of making an extraordinary mistake.
While Trump administration is ramping up its military rhetoric, US and North Korea seem dangerously close to conflict. Nuclear
While Trump administration is ramping up its military rhetoric, US and North Korea seem dangerously close to conflict. Nuclear
We need to change the rules of the game and make capitalism work for all, not just a financial or hereditary elite
This week’s Budget comes at a time of unprecedented uncertainty – about Brexit negotiations, about UK economic resilience
New Treasury plan may be too hardline for unions.
The 1% public sector pay cap could be lifted for some workers – but only if ministers find the money from “efficiency savings
May's closeness to Trump is the real 'coalition of risk and insecurity'
Jeremy Corbyn has signalled he can’t envisage ever using nuclear weapons because to do so would mean the world had already
Conservatives accuse Corbyn of wanting 'tea with terrorists'.
Jeremy Corbyn today will move to try and neutralise Tory accusations that he is weak on defence by saying he is “not a pacifist
The decision to share the information was prompted by concerns that a trainspotter might see the tanks travelling from Britain