A summary of defence related errors made in the main UK political party General Election 2019 manifestos.
The Liberal Democrats manifesto has made an incorrect point regarding the patrolling patterns of Trident carrying submarines.
The Labour manifesto has made an incorrect claim regarding the size of the British Army.
The SNP manifesto has made an incorrect claim regarding shipbuilding in Scotland.
A look at the different parties thoughts on defence policy, particularly their thoughts on Trident via their respective election manifestos.
RUSI have published a paper outlining the role that littoral areas will have in the Future Operating Environment and the strategic requirements that will drive the development of the littoral strike concept.
Henry Jones spent a week in the Middle East, including two days onboard RFA Cardigan Bay in the Persian Gulf. As well as a visit to HMS Montrose and HMS Shoreham, he reports on the continued British presence in an increasingly volatile region.
There’s a lot of misunderstanding and myth circulating about how many ships Scottish yards are building.
The question of whether the British armed forces should have some sort of statutory and official representative body, somewhat akin to the Police Federation, comes up regularly in debate on military matters.
In 1995, when Britain closed its last naval facility on the islands, Bermuda had given almost four centuries of ceaseless contributions to British interests.