The UK's policy of selling weapons to Saudi Arabia has been dealt a landmark defeat in the Court of Appeal. Tory ministers and Johnson/' title='Boris Johnson News'>Boris Johnson are accused of presiding over a "national shame" after campaigners won a legal challenge against the UK government. Report by Khanomh. Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter at

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