The announcement of a debate on CASD is a welcome opportunity to shift from a simple (and sometimes rather parochial) question of whether the UK has its own independent nuclear deterrent, towards Britain's widely recognised responsibilities to promote multilateral disarmament by considering further steps down the nuclear ladder.
The Government is to axe the Navy’s flagship to save costs despite spending £65million on upgrading the vessel a year ago
Trident News Rumours are swirling around Britain's Trident renewal project as Parliament prepares for key announcements and
Rising above petty politics The nature and quality of the media storm since Jeremy Corbyn's election as leader of the Labour
It is the height of folly not to review Defence spending now that we are committed to yet another major operation. Margaret Thatcher in 1982 realised that she would cease to be Prime Minister if the Falklands issue went wrong.
It is the height of folly not to review Defence spending now that we are committed to yet another major operation.
The Ministry of Defence is to axe a further 7,000 civilian jobs as part of the department's desperate efforts to bring its
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- A senior Army chief has warned of a fresh wave of redundancies that will wipe out entire battalions
The National Audit Office today released a report evaluating the changes to the aircraft carrier and associated Joint Strike
PRESS ASSOCIATION - Ministers have failed to properly understand the risks entailed in their decision to leave Britain without