Campaigners Win Legal Challenge Over UK Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

Campaigners have won a landmark legal challenge at the Court of Appeal over the Government’s decision to continue to allow arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

Campaign Against Arms Trade (Caat) took its legal fight over a decision to continue selling military equipment to the Gulf state, which is leading a coalition of forces in the Yemeni conflict, to the Court of Appeal.

Master of the Rolls Sir Terence Etherton and two other judges gave their ruling on the case on Thursday.

Caat, which says UK fighter jets and bombs sent to the Gulf…
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