Join the Guildford District CAAT group for an informative talk from David Wearing on UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia- and some ideas for action!
Thursday 24 March, 7pm – 9.30pm
Godalming Baptist Church, Queen Street, Godalming, GU7 1BA Continue reading “24 March, Godalming: What will it take to stop arming Saudi?”
Thousands of people are getting ready for the Stop Trident march this weekend.
This Saturday promises to be a day filled with passionate protests and speeches against the UK Government’s plan to vote to renew the nuclear weapons system later this year. People will be gathering at 12 noon at Marble Arch and then marching to Trafalgar Square where a mass rally will take place. Over twenty organisations are supporting the march, ranging from faith groups to environmental, anti-militarist, health and social justice campaigning organisations.
Continue reading “It’s time to scrap Trident: Join us on Saturday 27th February”
Bristol is home to many of the UK’s major arms companies, with over 20 arms company sites in the city alone. Bristol also played host to the local DPRTE arms fair, until activists chased it out of the city to Cardiff, where this March local activists are planning to show the arms dealers that there’s no welcome for them in Wales either.
Join Bristol Against Arms Trade for an open planning meeting and social, and find out what’s going on locally and how you can join action against the arms trade. We’ll also be planning for action against the DPRTE arms fair in Cardiff in March, with friends from Stop the Cardiff Arms Fair.
Continue reading “28 February: Join us in Bristol!”
In March 2016, the DPRTE arms fair will come to Cardiff. Join Stop the Cardiff Arms Fair and help to shut it down!
According to its website, DPRTE (the Defence Procurement, Research, Technology and Exportability exhibition) is the “UK’s Premier Defence Procurement Event”. Since October 2014 the exhibition has been held annually at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena, with exhibitors from around the globe selling arms to a wide range of brutal regimes.
Continue reading “Stop the Cardiff Arms Fair!”
A few hours after the International Development Committee called for a suspension of arms sales to Saudi, the arms industry body (ADS) was praising defence minister Michael Fallon for his “tremendous support” at its £250/a head annual dinner at the Hilton. Continue reading “Arms dealers feast while Yemen starves”