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British soldiers arrested days before Queen's Jubilee parade
Six serving soldiers in the Irish Guards and a veteran Coldstream Guardsman were detained in the "planned operation" by the Royal Military Police.
Londonderry: Families march, remember "Bloody Sunday" victims
People are marching throught the streets of Londonderry in Northern Ireland on Sunday to commemorate 50 years since British paratroopers opened fire and killed 13 Catholic demonstrators taking part in a peaceful civil rights protest.
Shortage of HGV drivers 'not surprising' but Brexit 'not main cause'
Shortage of truck drivers "not surprising after reopening post-Covid" and "Brexit has aggravated this but is not the main cause", professor of economics and public policy Jonathan Portes told Euronews.
British army put on standby to help ease fuel supply crisis
Many fuel stations across the UK have run dry because of a shortage of truck drivers partly blamed on Brexit.
London’s Changing of the Guards is back after an 18 month hiatus
After it was forced to stop due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace has finally resumed.
'Was it all pointless?': Veterans tormented by Taliban takeover
Some former soldiers in the West have questioned the purpose of the enormous military sacrifices in the 20-year campaign, as troop withdrawals enabled the Taliban to take control.
Veteran Gurkhas call off 13-day hunger strike over pensions
The British Ministry of Defense agreed today to begin talks with the Nepalese Embassy over pensions for Gurkha veterans of the British Army .
'NATO's biggest debacle': Afghanistan troop withdrawals slammed
On Monday the head of Angela Merkel's conservative party and possible successor to the German chancellor called the pullout NATO's "biggest debacle" since its creation.
Northern Ireland: UK plans to end prosecutions for 'Troubles' crimes
The government says the move reflects the poor chances of successfully prosecuting decades-old crimes, but families of people killed in the violence have called the plan a betrayal.
N Ireland: Charges dropped against British soldiers over 1972 killings
Prosecutors decided there was little chance of convictions in two cases where unarmed civilians were killed by the army during Northern Ireland's sectarian conflict.
UK to speed up relocation of Afghans who worked with British troops
"As we withdraw our Armed Forces, it is only right we accelerate the relocation of those who may be at risk of reprisals," Britain's Defense Minister Ben Wallace said on Monday.
Falkland Islands to be completely cleared of mines 38 years after war
The mine clearance was carried out by a team from Zimbabwe, under British supervision, enabling the UK to meet its obligations under the Anti-Personnel Mine Ban Convention.
40,000 toy soldiers highlight plight of UK veterans
An installation in Manchester has been put on display to raise awareness about the difficulties many armed forces veterans face when their careers are ended by injury.
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British soldier killed by elephant during anti-poaching operation
“He was a determined and big-hearted who devoted his life to serving his country."
British soldiers use picture of Jeremy Corbyn as a shooting target
The British Army has launched an investigation into a video circulating of British soldiers using a picture of the Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn as a shooting target.
Ex-British soldier faces charges over 1972 Bloody Sunday killings
It relates to events on January 30 of that year when British troops opened fire on an unauthorised march in Londonderry, Northern Ireland. They killed 13 Catholics and wounded 14 others, one of whom later died.
British Army reaches out to 'snowflakes, selfie addicts and gamers'
A new British Army recruitment drive targeted “snowflakes, selfie addicts, class clowns, phone zombies, and me, me, me millennials.”
All-male panel at debate on improving gender equality in the military
Gender balance in the armed forces, what more can be done? A woman on the panel?
Dutch royals watch Marines demonstration on river Thames in London
The king and queen of the Netherlands watched a joint demonstration of the British-Dutch marine corps on London's river Thames on Wednesday (October 24), as part of a state visit.