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The Prime Minister, David Cameron, has sparked sharp criticism with his defence of his government's role in selling arms to the Middle East.
The Campaign Against Arms Trade has condemned the government's reaction to revelations about UK arms exports to Bahrain and Libya.
There has been an outraged response to news that the UK has licensed sales of crowd control weapons to regimes that are violently suppressing peaceful protests.
The Green Party has opposed a boycott of the census, which is partly run by an arms company, despite disagreement within the Greens' own ranks.
European Union (EU) countries including the UK are facing criticism for their arms sales to the Mubarak regime in Egypt.
Peace campaigners have expressed their sadness at the death of Alun Morinan, Co-ordinator of the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) Christian Network.
Christian activist Chris Cole has been sent to prison for 30 days following a nonviolent protest against the arms trade.
BAE Systems look set to once again become the focus of legal proceedings with the news that part of its plea bargain with the Serious Fraud Office is facing a fresh challenge.
The government’s arms trade policy is in confusion today, following reports that the new trade minister has ethical concerns about promoting arms exports.
In a groundbreaking development, a judge in London has insisted that arms giant BAE Systems appears to have benefited from corrupt payments in Tanzania.