Christians face trial after arms fair demonstration

Five Christians have pleaded not guilty to charges brought against them after they were arrested for blocking access to the London arms fair during a protest in September.

The activists are part of an informal non-violent anti-capitalist Christian group called Christianity Uncut, and include a student Methodist minister....

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