Dear Liam Fox,
Right now, more than 22 million people in Yemen are relying on humanitarian assistance simply to survive.
Over 16,000 civilians have died in the conflict, and many as a direct result of Saudi-led airstrikes on the country.
Meanwhile, the UK continues to provide weapons to those committing these horrific violations. This has to stop.
I urge you to suspend all arms transfers to members of the Saudi led coalition carrying out attacks in Yemen, including weapons, arms, munition and ammunition, parts and components and other equipment or technology that pose a substantial risk that they could be used to commit or facilitate serious violations of international humanitarian law in this conflict.