Bombs and missiles will still be exported to Saudi Arabia under a secretive licensing system despite a court ruling that UK arms sales are illegal.
Investments worth nearly £130m were made in arms firms linked to Yemen's conflict, which has left an estimated 70,000 people dead.
At least 443 children in Yemen have been killed or injured in air strikes over the past year, according to a leading global charity.
The UK trained an air force at the centre of war crime allegations in Yemen how to carry out airstrikes with smart bombs.
Doctors in Scotland are among hundreds of medics who’ve signed a letter calling on the UK Government to end arms sales to Saudi Arabia.