BAE Systems

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UK adviser on ministers’ interests faces pressure over own financial interests
Exclusive: academics call on Christopher Geidt to step aside from role as chair of a London university

Rowena Mason Deputy political editor

12, Nov, 2021 @2:18 PM

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The breathless pace of deal-making might be baffling THG shareholders | Nils Pratley
Deal-making is great if it actually creates value, but company’s latest spin-off seems an odd move

Nils Pratley

16, Sep, 2021 @5:53 PM

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Alliance with Australia and US a ‘downpayment on global Britain’
Comment from White House shows there is a price to be paid: support for US-led stronger posture against Beijing

Dan Sabbagh

15, Sep, 2021 @9:00 PM

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Liberty Steel wants to buy time, but who will want to snap up its assets?
As creditors circle, plan to sell off its key aerospace supply plant comes with one major hitch

Nils Pratley

24, May, 2021 @7:16 PM

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UK army buys 30 'Bug' drones that can spy on targets 2km away
Critics say latest step in military use of unmanned aerial vehicles takes place in absence of guidelines

Jasper Jolly

28, Dec, 2020 @12:01 AM

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The strange case of the weapons maker and the Australian children's charity | Paul Daley
An anti-war group accused BAE Systems Australia of trying to sanitise its reputation through its ‘partnership’ with The Smith Family

Paul Daley

04, Dec, 2020 @2:11 AM

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Britain to resume sale of arms to Saudi Arabia despite Yemen fears
Official review finds airstrikes that broke humanitarian law were ‘isolated incidents’

Dan Sabbagh

07, Jul, 2020 @1:15 PM

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‘Deeply offensive’: Australian War Memorial urged not to renew BAE sponsorship
Soon-to-expire deal with arms manufacturer ‘commercialises the memory of our war dead’

Christopher Knaus

05, Jun, 2020 @3:54 AM

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'The end of an era': oil price collapse may force Saudis to rein in arms spending
The world’s fifth largest military equipment buyer is eating up its reserves - and its political clout

Stephanie Kirchgaessner in Washington and Dan Sabbagh in London

18, May, 2020 @4:00 AM

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Barrow residents demand to know if shipyard is coronavirus hotspot
About 9,500 people work at docks in Cumbrian town, which has UK’s highest infection rate

Helen Pidd North of England editor

15, May, 2020 @5:00 AM

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Coronawashing: for big, bad businesses, it's the new greenwashing | Oscar Rickett
Polluters, tax dodgers and outsourcing vultures are urging us to #StaySafe and clap for the NHS, says Oscar Rickett

Oscar Rickett

11, May, 2020 @8:00 AM

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BAE Systems sold £15bn worth of arms to Saudis during Yemen assault
Campaigners also allege latest export values imply UK arms sales greater than government’s declared figures

Dan Sabbagh Defence and security editor

14, Apr, 2020 @5:53 PM

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