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Who are we?

Here at the UK Defence Journal we are dedicated to providing impartial and complete coverage of defence matters in the United Kingdom and around the world.

We do this as a team of volunteers, we’re not paid or funded by anyone. We’re not a company and we’re not a business, we’re a loose association of writers putting work into the blog as and when we have the time to do so. As a group, the UK Defence Journal has no affiliation to any party or political group, our members are drawn from across the political spectrum.

If you would like to know more about who writes for us, then please have a look at our team by clicking here.

Submitting an article

With an open-door policy to new submissions, the UK Defence Journal highly-visible venue to publish your thoughts — from timely analysis on the news events of the day to shining a critical light where one is needed.

Would you like to write for the UK Defence Journal? If so, please take a look at our Submission Guidelines and follow the instructions set out there to have your work published.

Social Media and Comment Policy

Comments are moderated to check they comply with UK Defence Journal social media guidelines. If comments don’t comply they will not be published.

To learn about our social media and comment moderation policy, then click here.

Contact Us

Perhaps you’ve got a story you think we should know about? Perhaps it’s a general inquiry? Whatever the reason you want to communicate with us, fill in the form below and a member of our team will get back to you.

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Owner & Editor

George Allison: [email protected]

Presentation, Administration & General Enquiries

Please direct all enquiries to [email protected] or complete our contact form.