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The Indonesian people are due to pay the UK government £27 million on 1 December. Of this, £20 million is for arms sales to past dictator General Suharto
The Government is refusing to publish legal advice on whether plans for secret courts conflict with the right to a fair trial, claiming that “public interest” requires secrecy.
Campaign Against Arms Trade has accused David Cameron of relying on inflated and out of date job figures to defend government promotiojn of arms sales.
CND has condemned The Defence Secretary's announcement of a further £350 million spending on Trident replacement.
Campaign Against Arms Trade is calling for action to protect public decision-making from behind-the-scenes influence of arms companies.
Activists have demonstrated to highlight the need for government to ensure the new supermarket watchdog has power to fine supermarkets for unfair buying practices.
The UK Government has been threatened with legal action over its failure to stop the export of components for the drones used by the CIA in Pakistan.
The charity War on Want has accused the British government of leaving private military and security companies such as G4S to police themselves.
A report by the Committees on Arms Export Controls says the UK must betteridentify the risk of arms transfers being used for repression or human rights violations.
The UK Government will impose strict export controls on the anaesthetic propofol in response to the intention of American prisons to use the drug in executions.