British Army

War may not be imminent but Britain must still be secure

We do not have the forces, the seriousness or the need for a major ground war

It should hardly be surprising that recruitment and retention are too low

Woke culture poisons operational capability while Defence whittles away British forces

There’s only so much defilement you can take of the principles you fought to defend

An apparent uptick in public interest about the British Army in Iraq includes a dramatic rendition of the Battle of Danny Boy and its aftermath

What does the defence command paper reveal about Britain’s priorities for its armed forces?

The modern trend to write off male camaraderie as “bromance” is doing great harm to young men

Will higher defence spending go on tech or boots on the ground?

Not another Armistice Day to get through. And what about all the other pressing issues for which there is no poppy?