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Peace Pledge Union members have joined their voices with millions of people around the world calling for an end to arms sales and military support for the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen.
Boris Johnson is facing calls to reallocate "defence" budgets towards the NHS, social care and community support for people affected coronavirus and isolation.
The Peace Pledge Union has said that the potential help of military personnel with tasks such as food deliveries should mark the beginning of diverting military resources to civilian use.
The Chancellor's plan to give National Insurance relief to businesses that hire veterans has been condemned for encouraging employers to engage in unfair discrimination.
Pacifist determination to resist war was made clear as Peace Pledge Union members from around Britain held their annual general meeting last weekend.
The Peace Pledge Union has launched a new project to support people in campaigning about everyday militarism in their own communities.
The Metropolitan Police are facing questions after the last-minute withdrawal of charges against a pacifist activist.
As Boris Johnson announces a defence review, pacifists have called for cuts to military spending and funding for tackling long-term security threats.