Army accused of sexism over 'housewife kits'
Term is 'outdated', Ministry of Defence acknowledges
The 99-year-old White House volunteer takes your calls
Louise Griffin has volunteered for the White House’s comment line for the last 26 years and, as Roxanne Roberts discovers, she has truly seen it all
Army to donate ration packs to feed poor families and homeless
'This solution will deliver food products where they are needed while also minimising waste', says MoD spokesman
Snowflakes we want you! New army adverts target millennials
Force says it sees ‘beyond stereotypes’ as it moves to plug recruitment shortfall
More than three dozen military dogs put down in UK over the last year
'These animals have bravely and innocently served our country', says Tim Farron
China and Russia catching up with military power of West, report finds
'The West no longer has a monopoly on world-leading defence innovation'
Russian invasion would overwhelm UK's 'withered' army
'Neither the UK homeland nor a deployed force could be protected from a concerted Russian air effort,' says retired general
Transgender soldier becomes first woman in frontline Army unit
'I'd love to inspire people to just come out and be themselves'