A decision on Cobham’s £4 billion takeover by US private equity giant Advent International has been delayed after the Government said it needed more time.
The Government has apologised to the Court of Appeal for two “inadvertent” breaches of an assurance it would not licence any more arms sales to Saudi Arabia, which could be used in the conflict in Yemen.
Futuristic plans for the Royal Marines which would see commandos being carried into battle on silent “flying wings” while wearing “invisible” suits have been unveiled by the Royal Navy.
Madam, – My letter relates not to the rights and wrongs of the smacking debate, but rather to the practicalities and consequences if, as is proposed, smacking is made a criminal offence.
Celebrities have joined members of the Armed Forces at a red carpet awards ceremony recognising the contributions of the military.
This footage shows two huge NATO warships arriving on the River Tay on Friday.
Scotland should save £2 billion a year by downgrading its military when the country becomes independent, says a former SNP spokesman.
Sir, – Martin Redfern (“What about education?” Letters, July 23) is happy that higher paid military personnel in Scotland, who now pay more income tax than their English-based comrades, are to be “compensated” by the Ministry of Defence.
A Dundee manufacturer which provides high-tech components to the space, defence, cancer and avionics sectors saw its profits climb last year.
A leaked report has cast a dark shadow over the long-term future of Arbroath’s military base.