UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia were declared unlawful, in a historic judgment from the Court of Appea in.June 2019.
But we need your help to make it count. The government has fought this case every step of the way and it has already said it will appeal the verdict.
Political pressure is vital now to ensure arms sales are actually stopped.
Please email your MP today: www.caat.org.uk/unlawful
UK-made weapons are being used in Saudi Arabia's devastating bombing in Yemen, and the government continues to license further arms exports – despite overwhelming evidence of repeated breaches of international humanitarian law.
The UK's continued supply of arms to Saudi Arabia during its bombing campaign in Yemen is a flagrant breach of UK arms export regulation.
The UK government admits that Saudi Arabia is using UK weapons in its attacks on Yemen: warplanes, bombs and missiles – but it has repeatedly ignored and denied evidence of violations of international law.
The government consistently puts arms sale sales promotion before human lives and has stopped at nothing to keep the weapons flowing to Saudi Arabia. We have been supplying Saudi-led attacks on Yemen since March 2015 backed by UAE, Jordan, Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Egypt.
latest Government figures for arms exports to all countries
Campaign Against Arms Trade - Stop Arming Saudi:
£11,414,054 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Oct-Dec 2018
£1,609,047 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia July-Sept 2018
£5,385,560 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Apr-June 2018
£41,557,626 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Jan-Mar 2018
£5,894,639 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Oct-Dec 2017
£6,792,688 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia July-Sept 2017
£836,003,008 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Apr-June 2017 mainly air-to-air missiles
£280,888,523 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Jan-Mar 2017 including combat aircraft, projectile launchers and sniper rifles
£2,021,696 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia Oct-Dec 2016 including "components for BOMBS"
£4,351,143 of UK arms exported to Saudi Arabia July-Sept 2016 including sniper rifles, weapon night sights, components for assault rifles and for bombs, body armour, military helmets and components for combat aircraft, naval vessels, military aircraft and artillery. £44,659,081 of arms was sold to UAE; £3,988,531 to Jordan; £1,469,876 to Qatar; £1,183,11 to Kuwait, £172,846 to Egypt, £155,458 to Bahrain.
Britain exported £16,920 of improvised explosive device disposal equipment to Yemen.
Apr-June 2016 Britain exported £5,505,848 of arms to Saudi Arabia and Britain exported NO arms to Yemen
Jan - March 2016 Britain exported
£526,300,414 of arms to Saudi Arabia
£ 55,596,907 to UAE
£ 4,629,739 to Jordan
£ 2,822,849 to Bahrain
£ 2,894,919 to Kuwait
£ 2,771,296 to Qatar
£ 1,515,525 to Egypt
Britain exported £248,700 of body armour and military helmets to Yemen.
Oct- Dec 2015 Britain exported £6,672,755 of arms to Saudi Arabia. Britain exported NO arms to Yemen
July-Sept 2015 Britain exported £1,080,855,244 of arms to Saudi Arabia including "air-to-air missiles, body armour, bombs, components for combat helicopters gun silencers, weapon night sights". Britain exported NO arms to Yemen
April - June 2015 Britain exported £1,724,085,176 of arms to Saudi Arabia and NO arms to Yemen
Jan-March 2015 Britain exported £31,209,137 of arms to Saudi Arabia. Britain exported £27,222 of arms to Yemen
There are UN reports of Saudi war crimes committed against the civilian population of Yemen. Thousands of people have died, over 14 million Yemeni people are going hungry, and around 1.8 million children are out of school. A thousand schools have been damaged beyond use in the course of the bombing, which is ongoing.