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  • Security cleared jobs news roundup: July

    • 30 Jul 2021

    Keep up-to-date with some of the biggest stories in the world of security cleared jobs in our monthly roundup.

  • Security cleared jobs news roundup: June

    • 1 Jul 2021

    Keep up-to-date with some of the biggest stories in the world of security cleared jobs in our monthly roundup.

  • Security cleared news roundup: May

    • 1 Jun 2021

    Keep up-to-date with some of the biggest stories in the world of security cleared jobs in our monthly roundup.

  • Security cleared jobs news roundup: April

    Security cleared jobs news roundup: April

    • 4 May 2021

    Keep up-to-date with some of the biggest stories in the world of security cleared jobs in our monthly roundup.

  • Security cleared jobs news roundup: March

    • 1 Apr 2021

    Keep up-to-date with some of the biggest stories in the world of security cleared jobs in our monthly roundup.

  • MP’s back bill to allow MI5 and Police to commit crimes

    • 6 Oct 2020

    MP’s have backed the latest stage of a bill which allows undercover agents to commit crimes on operations.

  • First space mission for Dstl

    • 28 Sep 2020

    Dstl will conduct the first tasking of a commercial satellite by a UK Government-owned and operated ground station for nearly 20 years.

  • Defence Secretary announces investment in strategic Omani port

    • 22 Sep 2020

    The Defence Secretary has announced a further £23.8 million investment in the UK logistics hub at Duqm port.

  • Dstl Scientist shortlisted for Women in Defence Awards 2020

    • 16 Sep 2020

    Dstl’s Dr Kate Gill has been shortlisted in the ‘Most Collaborative’ category for her work on the UK F-35 program.

  • Furlough scheme sees up to £3.5 billion stolen or paid out in error

    • 8 Sep 2020

    Up to £3.5 billion has been paid out on fraudulent or incorrect claims for the Government’s furlough scheme, a top civil servant has revealed.

  • Scottish defence industry wins new radar contract

    • 7 Sep 2020

    The MOD has awarded a lion’s share of a contract worth £317 million to the Scottish defence industry.

  • Ministry of Defence set up anti-bullying helpline

    • 3 Sep 2020

    A confidential helpline has launched to provide support for defence personnel experiencing or witnessing bullying, harassment, or discrimination.

  • A Guide to Security Clearance

    • 26 Aug 2020

    A guide to what Security Clearance is, how to obtain it and the different levels of Security Clearance.

  • Government announces funding for Moray College Hub at RAF Lossiemouth

    • 20 Aug 2020

    An aerospace centre of excellence will be established adjacent to RAF Lossiemouth, backed by £21 million funding, the UK Government Minister for Scotland Iain Stewart has announced.

  • New award scheme shines spotlight on Cadet Force adult volunteers

    • 18 Aug 2020

    Thousands of Cadet Force Adult Volunteers (CFAVs) selflessly dedicate their time and energy to train and mentor cadets.

  • HMS Enterprise to deploy to Port of Beirut as Defence Secretary sets out package of support to Lebanon

    • 10 Aug 2020

    Royal Navy survey ship HMS Enterprise will sail to Lebanon as part of a wide-ranging package of military support made available today by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

  • ‘Radical’ reform needed for police to cope with modern crime and security threats, report finds

    • 29 Jul 2020

    Currently, police are operating under a model that dates back to 1962, despite major changes driven by ‘technology, globalisation, and social change’.

  • Public sector pay rise: police, armed forces and NCA staff among 900,000 workers set to get pay rise

    • 21 Jul 2020

    Almost one million public sector workers are to get an above-inflation pay rise to thank them for their work during the coronavirus crisis, the Treasury has announced.

  • UK defence teams up with world leading UK space company to secure next generation of military communications

    • 20 Jul 2020

    A new military communications satellite is set to keep troops safe across the globe for decades to come, thanks to a £500 million contract confirmed today by Defence Secretary Ben Wallace.

  • Scotland have failed to carry out any follow-up checks on people flying into the country due to ‘security clearance’ issues

    • 6 Jul 2020

    People entering Scotland from abroad have not received any follow-up checks by officials since quarantine rules were introduced due to “security clearance” issues with the Home Office.