As famine threatens Yemen following Saudi offensive on Hodeidah, campaigners demand UK ends its complicity
Ahead of new Amnesty report on humanitarian crisis in Yemen, former cabinet secretary says that the UK Government is “on the side of the perpetrator”
AS the Saudi-led military coalition in Yemen continues its assault on the rebel-held port city of Hodeidah, the UK Government faces fresh pressure to end its complicity in the conflict and cease UK arms to Saudi Arabia.
May condemned as campaigners question NATO summit intervention
Nato leaders meeting to hammer out Russia threats, increase investment and intervention following Manchester attack
THERESA MAY and other Nato national leaders have been condemned for the “spreading of extremism” by campaigners opposing the arms trade and the increase of intervention in the Middle East.
Tories isolated as progressive parties pledge end to Saudi war trade
As General Election approaches Tories double down on Saudi support to alarm of activists
THE TORY PARTY was left isolated after all other UK, Scottish and Welsh political parties came out confirming that they would stop sales of weapons to Saudi Arabia after the General Election on June 8.
Saudi Arabia considered a strategic ally in the Middle East by the UK Government against terrorism and the expansion of Iranian influence is seen by human rights organisations are one of the leading human rights abusers and blockers of women’s rights.
Theresa May ridiculed for a "quick buck" Brexit trade trip to Saudi Arabia
UK Government criticised for desperately trying to plug the gap in lost EU trade with Gulf dodgy deals
UK PRIME MINISTER Theresa May has been condemned by human rights bodies, campaigners and Scottish politicians for her trip to the Jordan and Saudi Arabia which she hopes to use to cement security and trade deals.
She is scheduled to visit Jordan and Saudi Arabia today (3 April), with the goal of building both security and commercial ties prompting critics to call it a “quick buck” trip for Brexit.
Saudi Arabia top location for UK weapons as global sales increase
UK backing Saudi regime as figures reveal nation one of world’s top arms sellers
BRITAIN’S BLOOD PACT with the Saudi Arabian regime continues to be one of the closest ties in the international arms trade, according to new figures released by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).
UK-Saudi jet raiders released on bail after daring disarm attempt
Anti-war activists attempt to disarm UK-Saudi planes as May puts Turkey and Gulf monarchies at heart of her post-Brexit trade strategy
A PAIR OF ACTIVISTS who tried to disarm BAE fighter jets headed for Saudi Arabia at the weekend have been released on bail today (Monday 30 January).
Daniel Woodhouse, a Methodist minister from Leeds and Sam Walton a Quaker activist have both been released on bail pending charges after breaking into British Aerospace Engineering’s (BAE) Warton warehouse.