Spirit of Summer fair - Blood bath A report on London Campaign Against Arms Trade action at the DSEI owner's Spirit of Summer Fair. London Campaign Against Arms Trade (London CAAT) members brought their own blood bath to the Spirit of Summer Fair to protest
Rhiannon Rees reports on Kingston Peace Council's vigil outside Vince Cable's constituency office Vince Cable talks to the protesters On Friday 18 March I joined constituents of Vince Cable who were lobbying him at his constituency office in Twickenham to end government support for arms exports to repressive
CAAT petitioners in Downing Street, 9 March 2011 Rhiannon Rees wrtes of her experiences as a member of a CAAT delegation presenting an anti-arms trade petition at the office of the Prime Minister. On Wednesday, 9 March, I went with Anne-Marie, Henry and Sarah from the
CAAT has signed a joint statement with CND and Stop the War urging the UK government to withdraw the 2011 census contract for England and Wales from arms giant Lockheed Martin. Count me out demo at Office for National Statistics - 7
Druid Cycles against London arms fair – Excel Centre – January 2011 Druid Cycles is a bicycle repair community interest company (CIC) based in south London with a green approach, focusing on recycling and repair. They tell us why
Yesterday I took part in an action which managed to close down arms factory EDO/ITT/MBM for a day. The extremely heavy policing stopped us from blocking the road to the factory, but tens of police vans in our way meant our actions had the desired effect: to close the factory and maximise economic damage to
Rhiannon Rees recalls her busy week of meetings and actions in October 2010. Peace campaigners in the London area have had a busy week, and I have been fortunate to get around and meet some fantastic people. Last week was also 'Quaker Week', and I went to two of the talks at the Quaker Centre
On 20 May at Nottingham Magistrates’ Court, anti-arms-trade activist Kirk Jackson was found guilty of aggravated trespass for his part in a protest that shut down an arms company for a day. He was given a 12-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay £350 court costs.