We are taking nothing for granted and are going to redouble our efforts over the next 18 daysWalker's World: Could Ireland vote 'No'? May 29, 2008
Senior Russian defense officials are warning publicly that the rearmament program faces collapse, as wages and other costs soar. The cost of the new T-909 tanks has risen by 25 percent in just three months, and the Defense Ministry has stopped announcing the actual production of tanks, missiles and warplanesBMD Focus: S-400 delays -- Part 2 Aug 17, 2007
The fact is that the Russian military-industrial complex may have impressive technological skills, but it lacks the skilled manpower, the resource base, the cost control and management, and the advanced engineering capabilities that the rearmament program requiresBMD Focus: S-400 delays -- Part 2 Aug 17, 2007
The targets for increasing armaments have not been met, even when spending for the program consistently increasesBMD Focus: S-400 delays -- Part 2 Aug 17, 2007
Mark Benjamin's brave and determined reporting that exclusively exposed the grim fate awaiting America's wounded Iraq War veterans when they came home takes a proud place in the grand tradition of UPI's journalismUPI's Benjamin wins top Legion award Mar 25, 2004
Martin Walker is a Director of Hull City football club.
He joined Hull City in June 2007 as part of a consortium with Paul Duffen and Russell Bartlett. They had made unsuccessful attempts to take over West Ham United and Cardiff City.
Bartlett and Walker jointly own the Fortis property company.