Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) has responded to the House of Lords International Relations Committee’s report which examines the legality of UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen.’
Campaign Against Arms Trade has responded to this morning’s speech by the Secretary of State for Defence, Gavin Williamson. The speech focused on the supposed need for “hard power” and increased ‘lethality.’
A protest will take place from 18:30 this evening outside Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London, when it hosts the Aerospace, Defence & Security Group's (ADS) annual dinner.
Yesterday the European Parliament voted to support a €13 billion budget for shared military Research & Development.
The Danish, German, Dutch and Finnish governments have joined others in pledging to stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia
The Saudi military has ordered a halt on the Hodeidah bombing
European parliament has renewed calls for an arms embargo against Saudi forces
This afternoon it was revealed that the former Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, accepted £14K worth of hospitality from the Saudi regime.