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Award-winning exhibition against London arms fair back for third run, featuring Nobel Peace Prize Nominees, Campaign Against Arms Trade
On the first anniversary of the murder of George Floyd, Siana Bangura remembers him, as Campaign Against Arms Trade continues to condemn the UK’s role in arming repression around the world, including in the USA, and exporting violence and brutality.
By Sam Perlo-Freeman, CAAT Research Coordinator The war in Yemen is a horrific example of how major arms exporters, chiefly the US and UK, have continued to arm countries engaged in a brutal and devastating conflict, namely Saudi Arabia and the UAE. But it is far from the only example, and such policies are not
"We must remind ourselves that while the bombs that are dropped may be thousands of miles away, the offices where they are ordered are just the other side of the motorway."
Yes, it’s that time of year again – well that time every two years – when we come together to resist Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI), one of the world’s largest arms fairs at the ExCeL centre in London. We’re looking forward to seeing old faces and meeting new ones as
In a judgment issued on 6 June, the UK’s High Court dismissed the case brought by CAAT challenging the Government’s decision to renew arms sales to Saudi Arabia. The Court found that CAAT had not proved that the then Secretary of State for International Trade was acting irrationally in their decision to licence
Members of London CAAT handed in a 450+ signature petition at City Hall on 21st June. The petition calls for the Mayor of London and Transport for London to end BAE Systems advertising deal with London Underground,