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CAAT Calls for Action on Arms Trade, Debt and Development

15th July 2000: Africa Day of Action on Debt In this Jubilee Year, with the G8 leaders meeting in Okinawa for a summit from 21-23 July 2000, Campaign Against Arms Trade Christian Network, a member of the Jubilee 2000 coalition, is highlighting the fact that twenty per cent of Africa’s debt is

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UK Government Gives Go-Ahead to Arms Sales to Pakistan

Rachel Harford of Campaign Against Arms Trade said: Once again when it comes to arms sales, this government is intent on continuing to approve licences to military regimes and regions of high tension. It is insulting for the government to persist in keeping us all second-guessing as to whether or not arms

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Campaign Against Arms Trade releases new report

The Arabian Connection: The UK Arms Trade to Saudi Arabia Campaign Against Arms Trade’s new report on UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia, an Amnesty International listed torturing state, is now available. The bulk of the UK arms trade to Saudi Arabia resulted from the reluctance of the United States to supply

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CAAT’s UK-Wide Challenge to BAE Systems on Day of AGM

CAAT supporters from all over the country are planning a day of action to coincide with BAE Systems’ annual general meeting in protest at arms exports to repressive regimes and regions of conflict all over the world. Date: Thursday 4th May 2000, 10am onwards Venue: Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster; and BAE

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