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Report and Government Response published
The Business, Innovation and Skills, Defence, Foreign Affairs and International Development Committees have conducted an inquiry into Strategic Export Controls.
The key focus of the inquiry will be the Government’s 2010 Annual Report on Strategic Export Controls and the 2010 (and in part) 2011 Quarterly reports, the Government's review of arms exports to North Africa and the Middle East, and wider arms control issues.
Scrutiny of Arms Exports (2012): UK Strategic Export Controls Annual Report 2010, Quarterly Reports for July to December 2010 and January to September 2011, the Government's Review of arms exports to the Middle East and North Africa, and wider arms control issues (PDF 3.83 MB) - Report
Strategic Export Control: Her Majesty's Government's Annual Report for 2010, Quarterly Reports for 2010 and 2011, Licensing Policy and Parliamentary Scrutiny (PDF 1.89 MB) - Response of the Secretaries of State for Defence, Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, International Development and Business, Innovation and Skills
Government should apply significantly more cautious judgements say MPs
Commons Committees on Arms Export publish findings
Committee on Arms Export Controls, made up of Members of four influential select committees, takes evidence