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Protest at DSEI with a banner reading "War starts here"

Arms dealers will have to pass a remembrance ceremony for victims of war and the arms trade when they arrive at the DSEI arms fair on Tuesday.

Protester climbing on armoured vehicle on the way into DSEI

People are taking nonviolent direct action in London to impede attempts to set up one of the world's biggset arms fairs.

Peace Pledge Union banner

British pacifists have condemned the Taliban as well as the US and UK governments for the situation unfolding in Afghanistan.

White poppy volunteer evening

Full time, seven-week contract from 4th October, salary £33,902 p.a. pro rata. Closing Date - 29th August 2021.

Houses of Parliament

MPs have been urged to stop 'faffing about' and change the law so that all rape and sexual abuse cases are tried in civilian courts.

Plaque reading "Ministry of Defence"

UK government claims about the recent clash between the British and Russian navies have been undermined by newly discovered documents.

UK troops in training

Party leaders have been accused of promoting a simplistic and misleading image of armed force.

The four defendants and their solicitor outside court at an earlier hearing.

The UK Supreme Court has declared that blocking a road can at times be a lawful form of protest.

Houses of Parliament

The majority of MPs have backed the government in rejecting calls for all murder and rape cases to be tried in civilian courts.

Penny Walker with a banner reading 'Fly kites, not drones'

Penny Walker, who was at the centre of many peace and human rights campaigns in the Midlands, has died at the age of 70.