I have spoken out times over the last three years about the devastating war and humanitarian crisis in Yemen, and I know how many of you are equally concerned about the plight of millions of children facing malnutrition, disease and the threat of aerial bombardment as a result of Saudi Arabia’s blockade and air strikes in rebel-held areas of the country.
It really beggars belief that the architect of Saudi’s role in the conflict – and a man who has presided over a doubling in domestic executions since he became Crown Prince – is being given the full red carpet treatment by the Tory government when he visits Britain today. But as I’ve said in my article for The Guardian today, they can embrace him all they want. But they do not do so in our name. You can read that article here.