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.
Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has praised the Ministry of Defence’s partnership with Britain’s defence industry, which is rising to meet the challenges of maintaining critical output during the coronavirus pandemic.
Contractors who are offered contracts in government departments find that must require security clearance, or will be required to obtain it, before they can start working.
The Ministry of Defence has signed a £17.75 million deal with Microsoft to build a private cloud infrastructure on the Azure platform.
Britain’s proposed satellite navigation system, which was intended to be an alternative to Europe’s Galileo system, may be scrapped for being a waste fo taxpayer funds.
UKSV is still operating, just with a significantly reduced workforce, in support of the COVID-19 containment effort.
The lack of meetings prompt fears that it is being made deliberately redundant amid Covid-19 crisis.
Public sector-focused laaS provider UKCloud joins forces with VMware to meet the public sector demand for ‘government-grade’ Remote Desktop technology.
MI5 will have a new director-general as of the end of April 2020.
The army is helping to convert a hospital on the Isle of Wight as part of its duties against coronavirus.
Although Britain's response to online child abuse is good, it could be better, one expert has argued.
The army, navy and air force will step in to help ambulance trusts struggling to cope with excess demand.
Police in Jersey are aiming to step up patrols this weekend as concerns grow that the good weather will lead to people breaching lockdown restrictions.
A tough test set by NATO proved no trouble for a huge team of RAF personnel.
Army personnel will be brought in from unnecessary duties to defend the country against coronavirus, it has been revealed.
The Scottish Biometrics Commissioner Bill is to be voted on by Scottish MPs.
The army may need to support Britain's services should the coronavirus situation become particularly dire.
Not all terror plots can be stopped, but Sir Andrew Parker has insisted MI5 are doing their best.
MI6 will now consider teenagers for its jobs as it tries to ensure it moves with the times.
Exercise Red Flag has been testing RAF pilots in the US.