London Campaign Against Arms Trade


What is London CAAT?

London, our home, is the global hub of the arms trade and London CAAT was established in late 2006 to peacefully protest against the local elements of this trade in death.

The members agreed that it was important to raise the awareness of Londoners that the arms trade is widespread throughout our city. London CAAT is an active group and we carry out many actions in the city, for example walking tours of the arms companies situated in London and protests outside events related to the arms trade.

We are a friendly group of determined people, some getting involved for the first time, who are committed to making a difference in our hometown. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6.30pm in the CAAT office (Unit 4, 5-7 Wells Terrace, Finsbury Park N4 3JU) and we welcome any new members.

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Latest news

London CAAT October e-bulletin - Not guilty for trying to stop planes bound for Saudi Arabia!


Hello London CAAT supporter Activists not guilty after trying to disarm BAE fighter jets headed for Yemen Two amazing activists have been acquitted after breaking-in to a BAE Systems factory to attempt to disarm Typhoon fighter jets that were bound for Saudi Arabia and would have been used on innocent Yemeni civilians. This is a victory for peace and common sense. We should applaud their brave action and continue our efforts to stop arms exports to Saudi Arabia. Sam Walton and Reverend Daniel Woodhouse broke in via a fence on the perimeter of the site, and got within five feet of the warplanes before . . . . read more >