Ben Wallace, the Secretary of State for Defence, outlined his intentions with regards to the UK's post-Brexit defence relationship with the EU.
BREAKING NEWS: A 90-year-old British woman is the first person in the world to receive a clinically authorised, fully tested coronavirus vaccine.
Most of the agreement is highly classified but it is understood that cooperation will include defence medical training, organisational design concepts and defence education.
Exercise Panacea was held at Ashton Gate stadium in Bristol and is a trial run for vaccinating the UK population against COVID-19.
RAF transport aircraft are deploying British Army personnel from RAF Brize Norton to join a UN Mission in Mali.
The UK Government have signed a new £2.4 billion contract with BAE Systems to supply munitions to the British Armed Forces.
500 vehicles are to be supplied to the British Army.
BAE Systems Hägglunds has received a contract from the Swiss Federal Office for Defense Procurement for the life-extension of the Swiss Army’s CV9030, known as the 'Schützenpanzer 2000'.
The future of The Black Watch has now been guaranteed.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said: "I am increasing defence spending by £24.1 billion over the next four years".