The latest SIPRI figures reveal a world in which arms spending is rising across most if not all regions
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A number of prominent MPs have signed a letter to Defence Secretary, Ben Wallace, urging the government to take action in response to the call for a global ceasefire
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After nearly two decades of fighting in catastrophic US-led wars, it is time that British foreign policy moved away from foreign engagements
Britain’s military continues to facilitate the bombing one of the world’s poorest countries, which is most at risk from Covid-19
Lindsey German: In a time when there are huge threats to the health of millions, it seems incredible that war machines are still grinding on
Steve Bell: The anti-war movement in Britain must continue to focus on the Tory government’s support for the Saudi war
Chris Nineham: Labour HQ's campaign against anti-war party members shows why the movement needs to be strengthened
Steve Bell: The Iranian people are facing a health emergency that is compounded by Trump’s efforts at regime change in their country
Amid the coronavirus pandemic Labour’s new team has received scant attention but Nandy's appointment may be cause for concern
Imagine if the trillions spent on endless wars had been invested in health infrastructure
A huge thank you to Jeremy Corbyn from Stop the War
Mehdi Hasan: What kind of maniac risks such a war in the middle of a global pandemic?
Prisoners should not face a death sentence as the virus runs through the jails, argues John Rees
Kate Hudson: NATO policy is heading in an exceptionally dangerous direction and we can't afford to let it go unopposed
The Red Cross reports more than 80% of Yemen’s 29 million residents are in need of some form of humanitarian assistance
The British government must put public pressure on Trump's administration to end inhumane sanctions at this desperate time
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It is a matter of urgency that all Western sanctions are lifted, hostilities cease and Operation Defender is completely scrapped
Is this not the time for the imperialist bloc, led by the US, to end sanctions against Iran, Venezuela, and other countries?
As campaigners and activists, we must ensure that our right to protest and hold the government to account is not lost
The pandemic has exposed how wasteful enormous investment in warfare is and it's leading to outlandish calls from top military figures
Dr. Jenny Clegg: Trump’s ‘blame China’ rhetoric is entering dangerous territory where ideology overwhelms rationality
The obscene financial cost of war is starkly apparent and the redeployment of tax-payers money has never been more urgent.
The massive escalation of America’s undeclared war in Somalia comes as UN Secretary-General António Guterres has appealed for a global ceasefire
Two invasions, a decade of sanctions, and the occupation largely caused the ruin of Iraq’s medical and public health systems
Terina Hine: With an economic storm on the way now is the time for dramatic military cutbacks
We urge the British Government to act on the call of UN Secretary-General António Guterres for a global ceasefire
If we can give up war during a pandemic, why can’t we just give it up altogether?
The UK dismissed early warnings about coronavirus – spending billions on arms while ignoring real threats
We urge our members and supporters in the Labour Party to continue campaigning for anti-war policies at local, regional and national levels
A background of continuous conflict, proxy wars and sanctions makes assistance to refugees incredibly difficult
Murad Qureshi: Under Trump the US continues to impose sanctions on one-third of the globe’s population
The government knew that pandemics were a major threat, so why have MI6 and GCHQ failed to do their job?
Over the coming months we must not allow our own difficulties to prevent us campaigning against what is happening in Gaza
While lagging behind in the European league table of critical care beds the UK is second place in the military spending league
The UK is spending £141 million on foreign military bases while under-investing in healthcare at home, figures obtained by Declassified UK reveal
The most serious consequences of the disastrous invasion and occupation of Iraq confirm what millions warned about 17 years ago
"This is an unlawful killing carried out by troops who should never have been there."
Now is not the time to be increasing military spending, but to reallocate funds away from the military towards welfare and healthcare