Two campaign co-ordinators at CAAT were held in custody today. They are prsently at Belgravia Police Station after spraying fake blood outside an arms export symposium at the QEII centre in Westminster. Police arrested the pair shortly after 9.15am, as Geoff Hoon arrived to spend a day at the Defence Export Services
The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) pressure group will visit a local arms company in Glascoed, Wales, on Saturday. Local supporters of CAAT will form a demonstration outside one of BAE Systems’ most important sites in Britain, the Royal Ordnance factory at Glascoed. Meeting point: Noon – 2pm outside BAE Systems Glascoed
The Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) pressure group will visit local arms companies in South West England this Friday. Local supporters outside BAE Systems’ sites in Bath, and then Bristol, will form the protests. 28th February 11.30-2 pm: Bath – 2a Upper Borough Court, Upper Borough Walls, Bath BA1 4.30-6 pm:
Members of Newcastle Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and anti-war protesters will be staging a mass die in at the entrance to the Vickers factory on Scotswood Road, Newcastle, today at 3.45pm. The demonstration has been called because the government is sending 50 Vickers tank engineers to Kuwait on Thursday to make
Press Conference: Wednesday 12th February The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and the Green Party, together with Mark Thomas, satirist and peace activist, are launching a White Ribbons for Peace campaign. Wednesday 12th February, House of Commons, Jubilee Room, 11.30am The majority of the
The biennial Farnborough Air Show is taking place between 22nd – 28th July. A PEACE PROCESSION with hundreds of protesters is planned for Thursday 25th July to mark Britain’s largest weapons showcase this year. A procession will walk to the gates of the exhibition and remain there, leaving Farnborough Rail Station at
Three members of the London Catholic Worker gate-grashed the Society of British Aerospace Companies (SPAC) reception for delegates to the Farnborough Airshow this evening. Father Martin Newell, Scott Albrecht and Maria Albrecht wore white shirts splattered with red paint, symbolising blood of innocent victims, shed as a consequence of the arms trade.
The biennial Farnborough Air Show is taking place between 22nd – 28th July. While the public days are championed as fun days out for all the family, the reality is very different. Farnborough is an arms fair and a very important date in the arms trade calendar. Campaign Against Arms