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Details of different eligible groups within MOD who will qualify for the VRSM, with the criteria each are individually and collectively subject to, as well as supporting information.
The Minister for the Armed Forces visited East Africa this week to discuss regional security with defence leaders.
One of the UK’s ballistic missile submarines – HMS VICTORIOUS – will be modernised under a new £560 million contract following an agreement with Babcock.
The Minister for Defence Procurement met with Scottish apprentices to discuss their positive experiences, ahead of Scottish apprenticeship week.
Minister for Defence Procurement James Cartlidge's Oral Statement on the new Integrated Procurement Model.
A new procurement system will see earlier expert assurance of future military programmes, ensuring they deliver for UK forces on the frontline.
Chief of the Defence Staff Admiral Sir Tony Radakin gave a keynote speech at Chatham House Security and Defence Conference on 27 February 2024.
Minister for Defence Procurement's speech on the New Medium Helicopter at the International Military Helicopter Conference.
The next stage of the New Medium Helicopter (NMH) Programme has been announced by the Minister for Defence Procurement, James Cartlidge, today.
Portsmouth will host a major national commemorative event to mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day, in June 2024.
Four Royal Air Force Typhoon FGR4s, supported by two Voyager tankers, again participated in a deliberate coalition strike on Saturday 24 February against Houthi military facilities in Yemen which had been conducting missile …
The UK will spend £245 million throughout the next year to procure and invigorate supply chains to produce urgently needed artillery ammunition for Ukraine.
In response to the Houthis' continued attacks against commercial and naval vessels transiting the Red Sea and surrounding waterways, today the militaries of the United States and United Kingdom, with support from Austra…
More than 100 personnel from the British Army and Royal Navy have been involved in a complex operation to remove a WW2 bomb discovered at a residential property
Defence Secretary Grant Shapps provided an oral statement to the House of Commons on 22 February 2024, reaffirming the UK's military support for Ukraine ahead of the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasi…
UK Defence Drone Strategy launched to deliver unified approach to uncrewed systems across all three military services, supported by £4.5 billion of investment.
The Armed Forces Minister has praised the bravery and tenacity of the crew of HMS Diamond, who have been working hard to patrol the Red Sea.
The UK and Latvia will jointly lead a capability coalition, which will see thousands of drones supplied to Ukraine, including first-person view (FPV) drones, which have proven highly effective on the battlefield.
Defence spending with UK industry by the Ministry of Defence in Scotland is currently £2.09 billion, official statistics have revealed.
Defence spending with UK industry by the Ministry of Defence has topped £25 billion for the first time, official statistics have revealed.
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