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The UK government has announced legislation to end so-called "vexatious" claims against armed forces personnel.
British pacifists have promised that Boris Johnson will face continuous resistance as he seeks to implement militarist policies.
General election candidates are facing questions over issues including the arms trade, nuclear weapons and militarism in schools.
Boris Johnson and Defence Secretary Ben Wallace have been urged to rule out any return to the use of cluster munitions by UK troops.
The PPU has said that changes in the law are urgently needed following revelations about cover-ups of war crimes.
The Peace Pledge Union has published five key questions for general election candidates on issues of peace and militarism.
Boris Johnson has threatened to water down human rights legislation so that it will not apply to troops on military operations, even within the UK.
The Labour Party have been urged to urged to clarify their policies after Jeremy Corbyn appeared to contradict his Shadow Defence Secretary.
The head of the British army has been criticised for claiming that the army can attract more young recruits by being “environmentally sustainable”.
The Peace Pledge Union has said that an extra £2.2bn for "defence" will fuel war while diverting money from real needs.