This 27 March 2019 video says about itself:
UK Labour Party demands answers on British troops in Yemen | Al Jazeera English
According to an article in the Mail on Sunday newspaper, British soldiers have been involved in firefights with, and been wounded by, Houthi rebels in Yemen and have been involved in providing support to Saudi-funded militias that use child soldiers.
The official line from the UK government has been, “We are not party to the conflict,” but now the opposition Labour Party wants clarification on the UK’s role in the conflict.
The government has not dismissed the allegations of the presence of British troops in Yemen outright.
Al Jazeera’s Charlie Angela reports from London.
By Ceren Sagir in England:
Tuesday, September 17, 2019
‘It’s staggering that the Trade Secretary thinks an apology will get her off the hook,’ says her Labour counterpart Barry Gardiner
PRESSURE mounted today for Trade Secretary Liz Truss to resign after her department approved a series of arms sales to Saudi Arabia in breach of a court ruling.
Ms Truss apologised after her department breached the court of appeal judgement in June calling for the suspension of export licence awards for material that could be used in the conflict in Yemen.
A total of 183 licences for exports to Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners has been made since the ruling, according to Ms Truss in a letter to the Commons arms export controls committee on Monday.
Ms Truss said the Department for International Trade was in the process of revoking the licences as “a matter of urgency” and apologised.
Labour’s shadow trade secretary Barry Gardiner demanded that Ms Truss provide a full account of “why her department failed so miserably.”
He said: “If she cannot control her department, obey the law and do what is morally right, she should resign.
“Yet again it appears there is one law for Conservative ministers and another for everyone else.
“The department has failed to conduct proper assessments and essential information is not being relayed between government departments.”
“Thousands of people have been killed in this war, and it is staggering that the Trade Secretary thinks an apology will get her off the hook.”