MoD revealed to have paid millions to Saudis during BAE corruption scandal

Previously confidential documents reveal the UK’s Ministry of Defence made questionable payments into a Saudi bank account, linked to the notorious BAE Systems corruption scandal over the al-Yamamah arms deal.

London Arms Fair showcases record exhibitors amid Ukraine invasion – UK company secured c. £1 million drone contract for Ukrainian Special Forces

The world’s largest arms fair promises peace in the world

Ministry of Defence under scrutiny: concerns over lack of transparency and accountability in inquiry response

The Ministry of Defence’s response to the independent inquiry into allegations of unlawful killings by UK armed forces in Afghanistan raises concerns about a lack of transparency, accountability, and ambition for fair and full disclosure, potentially undermining public trust and the pursuit of justice.

10 more civilians believed killed in RAF airstrikes over Iraq and Syria

AOAV’s analysis found that RAF airstrikes in Iraq and Syria between 2016 and 2018 resulted in at least 29 civilian deaths, raising questions over the RAF’s civilian casualty recording and accountability.

AOAV welcomes Ministry of Defence proposal for a judge-led review into allegations of SAS extra-judicial killings in Afghanistan

The MOD has proposed an independent review into 54 suspicious killings carried out by one SAS unit in Afghanistan.