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Senior army officers are meeting 'Defence' Secretary Ben Wallace following revelations about the abuse of young women in the British army.
Arms dealers at an event in Worcestershire today have been greeted by protests and nonviolent direct action.
A clothing company has been accused of insulting the dead by selling T-shirts and hoodies that depict a red poppy as a gunshot wound in the chest.
The armed forces are facing calls to lose the ability to police themselves, after closing down all investigations into alleged war crimes in Iraq.
10 of the 290 young women who have joined the UK military this year have already reported being raped or sexually assaulted.
An arms fair in the Hampshire town of Farnborough yesterday was greeted by demonstrations outside the event and in the town.
Ministers have announced an additional £1.1 million for school cadet forces in England after a decade that has seen heavy cuts to other youth services.
There is growing anger over the role of the arms company Leidos in running the Census for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The Peace Pledge Union says that plans for a possible 44% increase in nuclear warheads will be be met with widespread resistance.
The Peace Pledge Union has urged MPs to vote against the new Police Bill that is being debated in the Commons today.