“Don’t do stupid stuff” was Barack Obama’s foreign policy advice. The British Government clearly wasn’t listening, writes Steve Beauchampe.
Prime Minister triumphant as opponent of “ALL THAT WE HOLD DEAR IN BRITAIN” is neutralised.
Andy Goff and some of his relatives joined a large crowd to watch the official opening of a WWI arboretum.
Ugur Karagozlu recalls fearful times on the troubled island of Cyprus – when Turkish forces intervened.
To commemorate the start of the First World War Andy Goff went to France and Belgium
Armed Forces Memorial will stage commemoration of those who served.
A University of Wolverhampton scheme to provide opportunities to service dependents has been funded by the Government.
Reyhana Patel dares to raise the possibility that UK foreign policy may be the real issue that’s ignored when tackling extremism in the UK
The 25th anniversary of the Afghanistan withdrawal announcement by the Soviet Union
The US will cut back on drone attacks. But innocent victims still are under fire, says Richard Lutz
Newly discovered drawings by comic book artist and ex-POW, Leo Rawlings, will be auctioned
Peter Preston-Hough, Visiting Lecturer in War Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, writes on the anniversary of this famous event in RAF history.
A prestigious international choral collaboration to celebrate the centenary of a great British composer has reached a climax at Solihull School.
Students at Coventry University received a unique insight into the ongoing peace process in the Middle East on Tuesday evening
Solihull School is to take part in worldwide celebrations for the centenary of the great British composer Benjamin Britten.
Globally renowned Kenyan athlete and UN ambassador Tegla Loroupe will be giving a free talk at St Mary’s Guildhall in Coventry city centre on 5th March
Solihull Junior School pupils enjoyed one of their finest hours when an aircraft enthusiast from Sutton Coldfield told them about the day he flew a Spitfire
Author Vijay Mehta, Chair of Uniting for Peace, is giving a talk on his book on 5th March 2013 at University of Warwick
Laurence Inman on biographers, biographies and a number 17 bus.
The somewhat controversial South Africa War Memorial in Cannon Hill Park is to be rededicated at a ceremony on Saturday, 8th December.
Islamic Relief volunteers and the Muslim community in the West Midlands have teamed up to organise a fundraising dinner in Birmingham this Sunday
Academics seeking refuge from war-torn countries are being given the opportunity to finish their studies at the University of Wolverhampton.
The Battle Back Centre (Lilleshall), which provides adaptive sport and adventure training activities to enhance the recovery of wounded, injured and sick men and women from all three Services, was opened today by The Royal British Legion and the Ministry of Defence.
A song of remembrance played all over the world but not in Birmingham – an author’s disappointment.
Laurence Inman has seen the future and, be warned, it’s not pretty.
When ex-Kingstanding author Ron Dawson was reading a copy of the British Legion Magazine the words ‘Lest we forget’ literally struck a chord within him.
Our security correspondent HOWARD ELSTON (OBE, DOA) unveils new plans to run Britain after The Olympics.
One of the Royal Navy’s P2000 patrol vessels, HMS Exploit, has been honoured with an invitation to act as ceremonial escort for the Olympic Flame.
The democratisation of Iraq will be the focus of a free-to-attend seminar in Coventry next week as two key personalities from the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) visit the city to discuss the issues and challenges faced by the country.
Baroness Hussein-Ece will be giving a free public lecture on the controversial topic of peace in Cyprus