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Resisting police militarisation: shut down ‘Security and Policing’

Activists from several groups including the Network for Police Monitoring, Global Justice Now, Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants, London Mexico Solidarity, London Campaign Against Arms Trade and Stop the Arms Fair protested outside the Home Office to call for an end to the 'Security and Policing' arms fair.

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The repressive Bahraini government continues to abuse human rights and crack down on democracy protests. The UK has a close relationship with Bahrain but has failed to speak out about its human rights violations ā€“ instead it has prioritised trying to secure more arms sales to

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Royal help for BAE

Prince Andrew: Royal help for BAE Prince Andrew is in action right now, propping up dictators and BAE's weapons sales. He's not alone: senior Ministers, members of the RAF and civil servants are all at the Bahrain International Airshow helping promote BAE's Typhoon

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The ā€˜arms for dictatorsā€™ scandal isnā€™t new. It is cross-party, well-established and has been going on for too long

The British government actively promotes the Eurofighter Typhoon to foreign governments. This scene comes from the Farnborough arms fair in 2012. The fringe issue of arms export criteria became headline news today (17 July),Ā  with The Independentā€™s splash on an "ā€˜arms for dictators" scandal. A parliamentary

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