British arms export licenses to Israel down amid Gaza conflict

British approval of arms export licenses to Israel has dropped sharply since the start of the Gaza conflict, with the value of permits falling by over 95%, reaching a 13-year low.

UK issues over 100 arms export licences to Israel since Gaza war

The UK has issued over 100 arms export licences to Israel between October and May, raising concerns about the impact of these exports on the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

British arms fairs and dead Gazan children: two sides of the same very profitable coin

In the DSEI the reminder of what weapons can do – shatter families, destroy towns, kill children – was absent. We see its final product in the ruins of Gaza and Homs and Mariupol. But at the moment of sale, there are no children pleading for peace. And this, in the end, is how the arms trade is able to live with itself.