'Choose, United States. Whether the country called United States continues to exist in this planet depends on your choice'
Comments come as Government considers its response to the deadly terror attacks in Brussels
'Today is Chronic Humourlessness Disorder Awareness Day. Please take it seriously'
This common sense study dispels some of the myths surrounding a force of nature
Report by think-tank says Britain’s nuclear deterrent could be worthless before it is even launched
It ought to be possible to have a considered debate; both sides need not feel they have to raise the rhetorical temperature
The submarine will complete India's nuclear triad, allowing it to launch atomic weapons from land, sea and air
William McNeilly raised several security concerns about Britain's nuclear weapons systems, including missing IDs and unchecked bags
Republican presidential hopefuly Ted Cruz warned of the dangers of a North Korean EMP attack on the US during a debate
Exclusive: Concerns that soldiers on military bases could use firearms unchecked, as a critical shortage of MoD police is revealed
The Ministry of Defence Police (MDP) 'is reliant on officers working excessive overtime to maintain security'
The War Room was faced with a scenario that has haunted strategists since civil war broke out in Ukraine: potential Russian military involvement in Latvia and Estonia
The Tories exploit Jeremy Corbyn’s desire to ditch Trident, but they might find he has more allies than they thought
The nine nations have around 16,300 nuclear weapons, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute
'Saudi Arabia will do whatever it takes in order to protect our nation and our people from any harm'
The offer to his Labour critics of Trident without nuclear warheads is rather like offering a chocolate-free Mars bar