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Welfare or Warfare?…The UK government has made their choice very clear at the expense of the taxpayer

This blog is reposted with kind permission from Life requires Freedom. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C90zaGS8iiY Today (14/05/13) the UK Trade and Investment: Defence and Security Organisation (UKTI DSO) held a symposium at the BIS conference centre in Westminster, London. In order to facilitate the networking of UK small and medium-sized arms enterprises with larger companies and to

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Cameron takes arms dealers to India

David Cameron has just returned from yet another overseas trade mission – this time to India. It's been billed as the largest UK trade mission ever, with over 100 delegates – government ministers, MPs, "leaders of industry", university grandees and assorted hangers-on. In the name of cementing trade ties we have seen Cameron playing cricket,

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Wrangling arms data for CAAT

The arms export licence app brought over 10,000 new visitors to the CAAT website. Ian Mackinnon quit his job to create a ground-breaking web app that allows anyone to browse the licences granted by the UK government for exporting arms. Here he talks about why this work was so

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