Robert Clark takes a close look at the recent defence spending announcing and discusses what it actually means and where the money is going.
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While Royal Navy submarines will hopefully never fire their missiles in anger, Britain uses its nuclear deterrent every day argues Rebecca Campbell in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
In this submission to the UK Defence Journal, Stuart Crawford looks at the factors that he believes help explain the disaster that has been British defence procurement over the past 20 years.
Newspaper fosters outrage over weapon being dropped on range.
In this submission to the UK Defence Journal, Kelvin Curnow takes a look at the Type 26 and Type 31 Frigate programmes.
The Covid-19 pandemic is exposing organisations across all industries to external forces that they could not have predicted, the global defence industry is no exception.
Have you ever wondered how the defence and security landscape would look in an independent Scotland and what the priorities might be? Who better to ask than SNP Defence Spokesman and member of the Foreign Affairs Committee Stewart McDonald MP and Cllr Chris McEleny, a former defence worker and a member of the Scottish Shipbuilding and Aerospace Committee for a number of years.
The upcoming defence review is an opportunity for the current government to signal how 'Global Britain' is to take its place in the world, argues Kelvin Curnow in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
In the face of rumours that the UK might scrap its Challenger 2 Main Battle Tanks, Harry Bulpit argues that if the British Army wants to remain relevant on the modern battlefield it is crucial that it retains its tanks.