All Party Parliamentary Group on Drones

Examining the use of drones by governments, for domestic and international, military and civilian purposes.

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Welcome to APPG on Drones

The All Party Parliamentary Group on Drones (‘APPG’) was founded in October 2012. The purpose of our Group is to examine the use of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) by governments, for domestic and international, military and civilian purposes.

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APPG on Drones submits evidence to the PACAC Inquiry on Parliament’s role in authorising military force

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Drones has provided written evidence to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) Inquiry: ‘The Role of Parliament in the UK Constitution: Authorising the Use of Military Force’. The...

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Expert consultation on the future of civilian drones in the UK

The APPG on Drones is seeking expert advice on the future of drones in the UK. The insight provided by experts will inform the Group’s position on what a future that is sustainable and...

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Professor Michael Clarke
Professor Dapo Akande
Professor Peter Lee
Jemima Stratford QC
Tim Johnston
Anya Proops
Professor Robert McCorquodale
Dr Bill Boothby
Jennifer Gibson
Ruma Mandal