UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia to undergo judicial review following 'historic' legal challenge by Campaign Against Arms Trade
UK Government arms sales to Saudi Arabia condemned after Yemen forces branded child killers.
Investigators are to look into whether bombs fired at a busy Yemen market had guidance systems produced by a firm with a factory in Fife.
A powerful Westminster committee is to investigate mounting allegations of war crimes by forces that may be using UK manufactured weapons.
An eye witness to Yemen’s forgotten war has revealed the trauma faced by children on a daily basis in a crisis described by the UN as a “humanitarian catastrophe".
Human rights campaigners have urged Britain to stop the sale of bombs to Saudi Arabia after revealing new evidence of war crimes in Yemen.
More than 2100 civilians including at least 400 children have been killed in Yemen’s civil war.
Human Rights groups have raised fears that weapons made in Scotland could have been used to attack Yemeni civilians.