News Round-Up – February 26th 2017

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Here are some of the latest British military news stories making the headlines this past week.


General News

Ministry of Defence proposals will restrict judicial scrutiny of failings
(Manchester.ac.uk)

MoD doesn’t BOTHER to enforce Armed Forces Covenant
(Express)


British Army News

Tory MP urges MoD to pay legal fees of British soldiers sent potentially ‘incriminating’ letters
(The Irish News)

Britain to assist Nigerian military
(Vanguard Nigeria)


Royal Air Force News

Britons seeking to join IS warned amid reports of RAF ‘kill list’
(BT)

Dad who was arrested on London-bound plane that RAF intercepted has previous terror convictions
(The Sun)

Massive £400million investment in RAF Lossiemouth announced
(Press & Journal)

UK, France sign major deal to upgrade cruise missiles
(Press TV)


Royal Navy & Marines News

Indian Navy invites chief of Royal Navy to give farewell to INS Viraat (ex-HMS Hermes)
(New Indian Express)

Royal Navy Detonates WWII Bomb in Portsmouth
(The Maritime Executive)

Royal Navy sailor found not guilty of raping woman as she slept
(Metro)


Disclaimer: all news stories are the property of their respective publishers. Any opinions expressed in the articles are of the person making them.

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2 responses to “News Round-Up – February 26th 2017

  1. Good news that there will be a £400 million investment in RAF Lossiemouth to accommodate the P-8 fleet. And interesting to read that the investment was confirmed as part of a £1.7billion package north of the border unveiled by Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon during a visit to Edinburgh. In light of recent comments from Nicola Sturgeon that she wants Faslane to be the headquarters for the new ‘Scottish navy’ I hope that investments north of the border won’t be a waste of money, given the spectre of a new Scottish referendum on independence.

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  2. Pingback: DefenceOfTheRealm | News Round-Up – February 26th 2017 | Brittius

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