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Everyday Militarism News

British soldiers in training

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court says that there is "reasonable basis" to claims that UK troops committed war crimes in Iraq.

Johnny Mercer MP, Minister for Veterans

Minister for Veterans Johnny Mercer is accused of leaking questionable information to push the Overseas Operations Bill through Parliament.

Online poster advertising World Skills UK

British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain has withdrawn from a careers event after teenage PPU members pointed out its links to the arms trade.

BAE Systems factory with BAE aeroplane

British Bake Off star Nadiya Hussain is facing calls to pull out of a careers event for young people sponsored by multinational arms firm BAE Systems.

Houses of Parliament

The speaker at an event run by Labour Friends of the Forces urged UK armed forces to "break the rules" to wage war more effectively.

UK soldiers in training

The Peace Pledge Union has encouraged MPs to throw out the Overseas Operations Bill when it faces its final vote in the Commons this evening.

Houses of Parliament

The director-general of the Royal British Legion has become the latest public figure to criticise the Overseas Operations Bill.

Soldiers inviting a child to handle a gun at Llandudno in 2018

An online gathering has seen people from various parts of the UK and beyond share ideas and plans for challenging everyday militarism.

UK Ministry of Defence

The UK's MoD is recruiting someone to promote inclusion, just as new information reveals their role in training the forces of homophobic regimes.

British troops marching on Armed Forces Day

Labour leader Keir Starmer has been accused of promoting a misleading image of the UK military while marking Armed Forces Day.

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