The Government “will legislate” to make sure no-one who served in the armed forces suffers “vexatious or unfair prosecution” for historic cases where no new evidence has been provided, the Prime Minister has said.
Incidents of racism in the armed forces are happening with “increasing and depressing frequency”, its official ombudsman has warned.
An armed forces charity is backing calls for the Government to scrap visa costs for veterans from overseas who want to remain in the UK.
EXCLUSIVE: Defence Secretary Ben Wallace admits he was ‘speaking rubbish’ about gay people in military causing ‘sexual friction’
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has admitted he was speaking “rubbish” two decades ago when he said allowing gay people to serve in the military would cause “sexual friction”.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle are this week introducing a discounted rate for entry to their match against Dundee for armed forces personnel.
Lord Bramall, a former head of the Armed Forces and D-Day veteran, has died at the age of 95.
The Tory pledge to protect veterans from “vexatious” claims would not amount to an “amnesty”, the Defence Secretary has said.
Boris Johnson has pledged to change the law to protect Armed Forces veterans from vexatious legal action as he announced a raft of measures to support military personnel.
Armed Forces veterans who were born outside the UK would be exempt from paying settlement fees under Liberal Democrat proposals for government.
Eager onlookers are gathering to catch a glimpse of the Queen on her visit to a veterans’ charity in Kent.
A social cycle across Moray to honour those who served in the war and raise money for the Armed Forces charity PoppyScotland will take place next month.
Coming from a military family, it was Sue McKay’s ambition to help veterans in her career.
More than 130 Gurkha veterans and families in Aberdeen are being supported by a charity backed by the Scottish Government.
An Armed Forces charity is appealing for Aberdeen residents to help out with a fundraising effort at city supermarkets.
Poppyscotland has launched a new service aimed at transforming the support available for the Armed Forces community in Scotland.
Hundreds of people lined Aberdeen’s main thoroughfare to honour the region’s past and present armed forces heroes in a "moving spectacle" at the weekend.
City bosses are being urged to push for Aberdeen to host a national celebration of the country’s armed forces.
Armed Forces Week provides the public with an opportunity to show its support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community.
An open day is to be held next week in Inverness to recognise the commitment and dedication of those who complement our armed forces by signing up as reservists.
Today mark's the 80th anniversary of RAF Lossiemouth opening.
A former Royal Marine has set up a special online treatment service for serving military and veterans who are struggling with their mental health.
New research has revealed the true scale of the emotional difficulties faced by armed force workers at Christmas time.
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Life after the armed forces can provide a huge shock to the system for many former personnel.
Dignitaries, senior military figures and locals gathered yesterday at a Highland cemetery to remember the fallen soldiers of the British Indian Army who rest there.
Aberdeen will fall silent on Sunday for a remembrance service with added poignancy.
Hundreds of serving military men and women, comprising both veterans and cadets, paraded along Aberdeen’s Union Street at the weekend to celebrate Armed Forces Day 2018.
A dramatic image of the final moment of a US war photographer's life before she was killed in an explosion has been released by the American military.
Moray volunteers have been presented with a special medal recognising their support of the country's armed forces veterans.
The words "we will remember them" echoed through the heart of Moray's biggest town yesterday as residents gathered to honour the fallen.
A generous donation has been made to a project which aims to support former service personnel.
Military chiefs are battling plans for a £150million housing and leisure development neighbouring one of its north-east training sites.
The streets of Aberdeen city centre were filled with the sound of pipe bands and drums this weekend as the annual Armed Forces Parade got under way.