Stop British bombs
falling on Yemen

Write a letter to your MP now and demand they draw a line on UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

British-made bombs are fuelling the crisis in Yemen – a crisis in which 1.5 million children alone are now acutely malnourished.

Step 1: Enter your postcode to find your MP

The red line at the top of this page represents the International Arms Trade Treaty. It's a global agreement that was put in place to stop the human suffering caused by irresponsible arms sales. It's a line that must never be crossed.

All sides in the Yemen crisis stand accused of violating International Humanitarian Law. By continuing to allow British weapons to be sold to Saudi Arabia – a country which is carrying out airstrikes that have destroyed food supplies, schools, hospitals and homes – the UK government is breaking the Arms Trade Treaty and crossing the line. We need you to ask your MP to help make them stop.


Write your letter. Draw the line. Pressure your MP.

We know it takes a little more effort but we also know that a personal letter in the post carries much more weight than an email or a tweet. And please remember to draw your red line across the top of your letter to show that it is part of a nationwide call to uphold the Arms Trade Treaty and stop British bombs falling on Yemen.

Find your MP

The address you need to send it to is:

Here are some ideas of what you can include:

Please ask your MP to:

More tips on writing an influential letter (PDF, 129KB)