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UK: Protect Yemen’s kids

To Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Boris Johnson:

As British citizens we are outraged that millions of people in Yemen facing starvation because of Saudi Arabia’s relentless campaign -- a campaign fought with British arms. You have a duty to protect Yemen’s civilians. We call on you to suspend arms exports to Saudi Arabia immediately and use your influence to ensure Britain’s Saudi allies allow unhindered access for humanitarian aid supplies.

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A child in Yemen dies every ten minutes. But Yemen’s kids aren't just starving to death: they are being starved. Deliberately. And our government is one of the biggest suppliers of arms to the coalition doing it.

For two years, British-made bombs have been falling from British-made planes as part of a Saudi-led coalition attacking Yemen. The same coalition is blocking aid into the country, where 4 in every 5 people need emergency assistance.

Insiders tell us that the government is increasingly nervous about public fall-out. If we can raise the pressure now, they could be pushed to get their allies to allow desperately needed food and medicine in. Join the urgent call to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to stop this shame.

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