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Arms sales to Saudi Arabia ruled unlawful

Law Society Gazette Thursday, 20 June 2019
UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia have been ruled unlawful by the Court of Appeal following a challenge by pressure group Campaign Against Arms Trade.
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International Trade Secretary Liam Fox updates the House of Commons as High Court Ruling finds the UK's licensing exports of military equipment to Saudi Arabia unlawful. He told MPs: "We disagree with the judgement and will seek permission to appeal." Report by Khanomh. Like us on Facebook at...

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