A C-17 transport aircraft flew to North Macedonia from RAF Brize Norton to discreetly drop British troops into the Krivolak training area as part of an effort to deter further Russian aggression in the region.
The panel discuss the developments in the Ukraine-Russia War, tensions in the Middle East and the impact of current affairs on the China-Taiwan situation.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has agreed bilateral security deals with Finland and Sweden, promising that the United Kingdom will defend both nations if invaded.
The British Army's £113m Capita-run recruitment website has been offline for two months and has been replaced by a £169 job advert on a job listing website.
The head of the British Army, General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith, has said that he believes the British Army is too small to effectively tackle threats to British interests.
The UK government have said that this is the highest rate of British spending on a conflict since Iraq and Afghanistan.
If every country was 'as brave as Britain and Ukraine' then Russia would have already lost, Ukrainian President Zelensky has said.
The conflict in Ukraine is taking a heavy toll on some of Russia’s most capable units and most advanced capabilities.
British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has made clear that the United Kingdom would defend Finland and Sweden regardless of whether or not the nations join NATO.
Britain has deployed 8,000 troops, 72 Challenger 2 tanks, 12 AS90 tracked artillery guns, 120 Warrior armoured fighting vehicles and numerous combat aircraft to Europe in order to "deter Russian aggression".