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British troops are being sent to Sierra Leone to set up a Government-funded Ebola treatment centre, the Sun reports. The total number of military personnel could number more than 150, according to the newspaper. International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced plans for the 50-bed facility yesterday.
MOD press release ROYAL NAVY EVACUATES BRITONS FROM LIBYA A Royal Navy ship is helping to bring home British citizens after an upturn in unrest in Libya. HMS...
Lord West hit out at defence cuts. “I’m on record very clearly as saying that I think we’re now spending too little on defence. There’s no doubt that the 2010 St...
Chris Grayling suggested comments made by Ed Miliband criticising the Government’s response to the Gaza conflict risked undermining peace efforts. “I think we in ...
FCO press release Minister for Africa welcomes release of Meriam Ibrahim in Sudan Mark Simmonds welcomes release of Meriam Ibrahim and calls on Government of Su...
Foreign Office press release Commenting on a terrorist attack on a border-guard checkpoint near Farafra in Egypt’s Western Desert reported to have killed more tha...
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