Defence chiefs have been criticised by MPs over a “worrying lack of financial expertise” that is forcing them to spend taxpayers’ cash on 100 outside accountants to sort out a string of errors.

A major reduction of 20,000 soldiers will be achieved, but the head of the British Army warns against more manpower cuts

The security services must be prepared to share intelligence with countries with questionable human rights records if they are to prevent terrorism in the UK, William Hague has claimed.

The terrorism watchdog has criticised the ‘bewildering’ range of anti-terror powers in the UK.

The government has set aside £6.5 million for injured military personnel to access the latest prosthetic limbs.

Britain's national security strategy does not show "a clear grasp of what is needed for the defence of the UK", and ministers should do more to protect jobs here rather than buying cheaper equipment from abroad, a report has warned.

A meeting of the UK National Security Council will order a shift in resources and energy in its counter-terrorist strategy away from a sole focus on Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Middle East towards what David Cameron described as a "generational struggle" against al-Qaida-inspired militants in north Africa.

The PSNI Chief Constable has told MPs that he needs more officers to deal with the current threat level of further violence.

British police said there was nothing to suggest a terrorism link to a helicopter crashing into a crane in central London on Wednesday.

The Association of Chief Police Officers and other groups have voiced concerns to the Prime Minister David Cameron, stating that opting out of EU Justice and treaties would lead to a major security risk.

Figures released by the Home Office have revealed that the number of people arrested for terrorism-related offences has jumped by 60%.

The UK Parliament Defence Committee’s has published its report on cyber security, noting that cyber threats can evolve very quickly with serious consequences for the nation's security.

Cyber specialists are to be recruited by the UK government to make up a “Cyber Reserve” force to help with cyber security threats.

Three hundred people were evacuated from the Shard in London, the tallest building in the European Union, as part of a large-scale emergency simulation.

Hugely sensitive counter-terrorism intelligence could be compromised after a ‘disgruntled’ Swiss IT worker walked out of his job at NDB, Switzerland’s spy agency, with millions of classified data files.

Vatican clergy and staff will now need to carry an identity card complete with a microchip-tracking device, as part of new security measures designed to prevent a repeat of the ‘Vatileaks’ scandal.


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