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The UK Government is breaking national, EU and international law and policy by supplying weapons to Saudi Arabia in the context of its military intervention and bombing campaign in Yemen, say international law experts.
The UK Government has been criticised over its backing for an equipment fair hosted by police in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Campaign Against Arms Trade has called on the UK government to stop promoting arms sales to oppressive regimes and end its policy of "arms control by embarrassment."
As three Al-Jazeera journalists were sentenced to seven years in prison, Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) has called for an immediate end to all arms sales to the Egyptian regime.
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
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.
A new web application has been developed by Campaign Against Arms Trade which will enable easy public access to a wide range of information on UK arms export licences.
Amnesty International has criticised the UK’s decision to export tear gas to Bahrain where multiple deaths have been caused as a result of its use by security forces.
Anti-arms trade campaigners will present a petition at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office calling on the UK government to end arms sales to repressive regimes.
Campaign Against Arms Trade is seeking judicial review of the UK government's failure to revoke any licences for arms exports to repressive Saudi Arabia.
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