According to campaigners, since the start of the war Britain has approved export licences for arms worth £3.1bn to the Saudi regime
Former president blocked deals over concerns of human rights violations
Britain has sold billions in weapons to Saudi Arabia since the country started bombing in Yemen
Four prominent dissidents sentenced to jail time in January alone, Human Rights Watch says
Ultra-conservative Islamic kingdom is ranked 134 out of 145 countries for gender equality
But father of three, who was on holiday with family, is appealing sentence. His legal team accuse victim of trying to extort money
Sam Walton wants to see UK, Saudi Arabia and private weapons manufacturer BAE standing trial for war crimes
Oil has suffered a steady decline since the beginning of 2014, when it was trading well above $100 per barrel
President mulling ‘extreme vetting’ process for some migrants
Findings of paper due to be released this month have been objected to by states including Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Israel
Saudi Arabia has been a strategic partner of the US since the 1940s
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has paid visits to Oman, Bahrain and Kuwait in the last three months
'Saudi Arabia wants to balance economic needs against environmental goals as it has considerable solar power potential and is eager to reduce its use of fossil fuels'
President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi’s decision to hand control of the two islands back to Gulf kingdom sparked street protests last year
'It is Egyptian land and cannot be given up according to the Egyptian constitution'
Government is planning cultural reforms under the Vision 2030 banner