The UK Defence Journal has been at the forefront of delivering accurate, timely, and in-depth news on defence matters that affect us all.

To continue this vital work, we’re excited to introduce our exclusive branded mug, available now for purchase!

Independent journalism plays a crucial role in a democratic society. It ensures that the public has access to unbiased information, fostering informed decision-making and holding those in power accountable. The UK Defence Journal prides itself on providing comprehensive coverage of defence news, from breaking stories to expert analysis, all free from external influences.

Our mission is simple: to bring you the latest updates and insights from the defence sector. We are committed to:

  • Timely News Updates: Keeping you informed with the latest developments in UK defence.
  • In-Depth Analysis: Offering expert perspectives on complex defence issues.
  • First-Hand Looks: Providing exclusive coverage from the field, offering a closer look at the realities faced by our armed forces.

By purchasing our UKDJ branded mug, you’re directly supporting our efforts to continue delivering high-quality journalism. Your contribution helps us cover operational costs, allowing our dedicated team to focus on what they do best: bringing you the news that matters.

Buy Now: https://etsy.me/44YwxNc

Together, we can ensure that the UK Defence Journal continues to thrive, bringing you the news and insights that matter most. Thank you for your support!

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George has a degree in Cyber Security from Glasgow Caledonian University and has a keen interest in naval and cyber security matters and has appeared on national radio and television to discuss current events. George is on Twitter at @geoallison
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Spenno
Spenno (@guest_821450)
1 month ago

Have you ever considered having a subscription model for UKDJ? Obviously still being accessible for free, but having a paid tier that maybe just removes adverts from the website if logged in? I feel most would happily chip in a few quid for that.

Coll
Coll (@guest_821466)
1 month ago
Reply to  Spenno

Or a donate button

Frank62
Frank62 (@guest_821490)
1 month ago
Reply to  Spenno

Use an ad blocker-No ads.

Looks like c.29 Canadian dollars for a mug inc postage, which is about £16.50.

Last edited 1 month ago by Frank62