Tag Archives: CAAT

Britain’s role in the death & injury of Yemeni civilians

Above: typical of the destruction wrought by coalition air strikes July – December 2020 After taking the UK government to court over its arms sales to the Saudis, the latest CAAT newsletter (Issue 258 Winter 2020) recalls that in July … Continue reading

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For the record: BAE Chair – like Pontius Pilate – failed to clean his hands

A reader draws attention to an article in the latest CAAT magazine, which opens: “Like any company chairperson, the Chair of BAE System, Roger Carr (right), likes to use the AGM as an opportunity to celebrate the year’s achievements.” Lizzie … Continue reading

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CND Cymru’s account of the Aberporth protest: ‘End Drone Terror Killing’

Over 100 people of all ages met with bright banners and placards, at the entrance to Parc Aberporth on Monday September 9th. They were there to protest against the part that Wales is playing in the development of ‘remote killing … Continue reading

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