Since bombing began in Yemen in 2015, the UK government has licensed the sale of at least £4.7 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia. A three-day appeal by Campaign Against Arms Trade concluded yesterday, calling on the High Court to reverse its decision to allow the export of arms to Saudi Arabia for use in Yemen. As we await the verdict, Alan Story questions whether the UK Government will listen to reason.

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