Saturday Dec 3rd will see campaigners across the UK calling for an end to the war in Yemen, and saying no to UK arms sales.
The government released data last week for arms export licences issued for April-June 2022 The data showed that Single licences to the value of £4.5 billion were issued in the quarter, as well as 384 ‘open’ licences allowing for unlimited exports Analysis of the data by CAAT reveals that, of £746 million in licences issued
Artwork on Drones by Banksy Our friends at Drone Wars say, “The MoD wants to base the UK new ‘Protector’ armed drones at Waddington near Lincolnshire and open a new centre there to train both RAF crews and other militaries to use armed drones. Beside the immense harm
Protests will take place outside the Embassies of Saudi Arabia and Bahrain in London as Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS), King Hamad AlKhalifa of Bahrain and leaders from the UAE are expected to visit ahead of the funeral of Queen Elizabeth.
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The UK’s new Prime Minister, Liz Truss, reinstated arms sales to Saudi Arabia in 2020 despite evidence of war crimes in Yemen. Since the bombing of Yemen began in March 2015, the value of UK arms sales to the Saudi-led coalition amounts to at least £23 billion. Campaign Against
UK has licenced £442 million worth of arms to Israel since 2015 UK arms implicated in previous atrocities against Palestine 44 Palestinians reportedly killed by air strikes Campaign Against Arms Trade has called on the UK government to condemn the abuses inflicted by Israeli forces over recent days, including air strikes
On 4th August 2022, Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) and the Network for Police Monitoring (Netpol) will release a report exposing the militarised nature of British policing.