The reverend arrested after allegedly trying to disarm warplanes says he has no regrets
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Minister's 'no regrets' on allegedly disarming BAE warplanes

A minister who was arrested after allegedly trying to disarm warplanes set for Saudi Arabia said he has "no regrets".

The Reverend Dan Woodhouse was one of two men arrested on Sunday on suspicion of criminal damage at BAE Systems in Warton.

The Methodist minister from Leeds said he felt it was an "acceptable" thing to do as "Jesus famously turned over the tables in the temple when injustice was happening".

Lancashire Police said the two men arrested on suspicion of criminal damage had been bailed until 27 April.

  • 02 Feb 2017