CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade - Archive

UK Court of Appeal Finds Government Broke Law over Saudi Arabia Arms Sales By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, June 20, 2019
Court of Appeal to Consider UK Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, April 09, 2019
If Britain’s Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt Wants to Build Peace in Yemen, He Must Stop Arming Saudi Arabia By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, March 01, 2019
UK Aid to Yemen: The Best Thing May Can Do for Yemen Is to Stop Arming the Saudi Regime By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, February 26, 2019
German Government’s “Right to Resist” UK Pressure on Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, February 23, 2019
European Parliament Right to Call for an Arms Embargo against Saudi Arabia By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, October 26, 2018
Israel Air Strikes on Gaza: The UK Has Licensed Over £340 Million of Arms to Israel Since 2014 Bombing Campaign By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, August 09, 2018
Dozens Killed in Saudi-led Coalition Bombing of Bus in Yemen: UK Has Licensed £4.7 Billion of Arms to Saudi Forces Since War Began By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, August 09, 2018
The Farnborough International Arms Fair: Bringing Arms Dealers and Human Right Abusers to the UK By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, July 16, 2018
The Bombing of Hodeidah, Yemen’s Biggest Port: UK Government Complicit in a Humanitarian Catastrophe By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, June 13, 2018
The Legality of British Arms Exports to Saudi Arabia By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, July 01, 2016
GBP2.8 Billion UK Arms Sales to Saudi Arabia. UK’s biggest Arms Customer and Most Shameful Relationship By CAAT - Campaign Against Arms Trade, June 20, 2016