Challenging the military’s involvement in education in the United Kingdom
Why does the UK have the highest proportion of young infantry deaths in Afghanistan
Veterans tell of their experiences and their turn to peace
Missiles ‘could be fired to protect Olympics from terrorist attack’
Missiles could be fired in London to protect the Olympic Games from terrorist attack, Philip Hammond, the Defence Secretary, announced yesterday.
Are video games just propaganda and training tools for the military?
It's a shadowy and lucrative relationship. But just how close are video-game developers with various military outfits? And how does it affect the games we play?
Oldham school planned with all ex-forces staff
The first UK school whose teachers have all served in the armed forces is actively recruiting prospective pupils with a view to opening in 2013.
The education system is not the place for militarised training of children
Brown backs army cadet corps plan for schools
Controversial plans for pupils in comprehensive schools to sign up for military drills and weapons training are being backed by Gordon Brown in an attempt to improve the relationship between the public and the armed forces.
Gove backs cadet forces in schools
Military-style cadet forces could be introduced to all secondary schools in a Government bid to boost standards and discipline.