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Andrew Mackinlay, former MP, on Camp Ashraf 

Andrew Mackinlay MP on Gaza

Lord Astor of Hever on the care of injured servicepeople 

Lord Graham of Edmonton on National Service

Andrew Miller MP on the Royal Navy & the Sea Cadets 

Andrew Mackinlay, MP for Thurrock; a personal view ofthe Commonwealth War Graves 

Andrew Mackinlay, MP for Thurrock, on the implications of a nuclear-capable Iran

The MP for Crosby on helicopter capabilities

The Chairman of ADS on the Defence Green Paper

The Controller of the RAF Benevolent Fund on the service charity's work

James Gray MP on the ceremonies at Wootton Bassett

Dr Andrew Murrison MP on UAVs

Welcome Home at Parliament for 19 Light Brigade

Gisela Stuart on the work of the Royal College for Defence Medicine at Selly Oak Hospital

The Afghan Ambassador to UK on President Obama's new strategy

Angus Robertson - Scotland's defence anomaly

Angus Robertson MP - Devolution and Defence

RAF Merlin Helicopter - Video Copyright Ministry of Defence 2009

Rt Hon James Arbuthnot MP, Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, on the Committee's work

Rt Hon James Arbuthnot MP, Chair of the House of Commons Defence Select Committee, on the role of helicopters

Willie Rennie MP on the need for the Carriers

Remembrance Day in the bloodiest year

SixtySecondSoundbite: Neil Turner, MP for Wigan, on Wigan Veterans' Centre

Kevan Jones - Minister for Veterans, speaking on through life support for UK Armed Forces

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