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With the Wales Bill due for detailed consideration this week, Plaid Cymru's Westminster group leader, Hywel Williams, says that following the mass resignations from the Labour shadow cabinet, Labour do not have a shadow secretary of state for Wales, or ...
BAE, Northrop Partner With UK Agency for F-35 Bid
The agency was formed last year when the government opted not to privatize the business as part of the sale of the Defence Support Group to Babcock International. BAE confirmed it is part of the team working the sustainment center proposal, but ...
Mission (Not) Accomplished
Uganda's announcement earlier this month that it plans to withdraw troops hunting the feared Lord's Resistance Army has triggered alarm that it could encourage a resurgence in attacks and abductions by the notorious rebel group. Uganda has 2,500 troops ...
Five ways to practise anti-racist solidarity in Brexit Britain
From the introduction of prevent duty across educational institutions to 'Go home' vans targeting black and brown communities; from the rise of the English Defence League and Britain First to the vastly disproportionate use of police stop-and-search ...
Federal election 2016: Former Lib switches camps to Nick Xenophon
Tension between the Liberal Party and Mr Hamilton-Smith is apparent, with Defence Minister Marise Payne refusing to meet with him to discuss the future for the state's defence industry. His decision to support Ms Sharkie comes only one day after South ...
IS conflict: Iraq air strikes 'target militant convoy'
A convoy carrying suspected Islamic State militants has been destroyed in air strikes near the Iraqi city of Falluja, the defence ministry says. An Iraqi security source told the BBC the jihadists had been attempting to flee an offensive by government ...
RAF Tornados use Storm Shadow cruise missiles against Isil for first time in ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Asian stocks boosted by BoE signals
Chinese stocks edged up, with military defence and shipping manufacturing stocks leading gainers, as the country's Communist Party celebrated its 95th anniversary Friday.
The 13 greatest ever movie twists
David Fincher's morally ambiguous thriller builds a nightmare world of support group addicts, emasculated males and underground punch-ups which culminate in the anarchist movement Project Mayhem, spearheaded by Brad Pitt's charismatic Tyler Durden ...
Canada to accede to UN Arms Trade Treaty
Dion's announcement was welcomed by both Canada's defence industry and by peace groups. “Today's actions are an important step forward,” said Christyn Cianfarani, president of ... the UN ATT and we support that objective and the impending process to ...
Canada to send troops to Latvia for new NATO brigade
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says Canada will take a leadership role and establish one of the battle group formations requested by the alliance.