David Cameron helped create the Sustainable Development Goals and must now use his power to make UK government departments work towards them, a cross-party group of MPs warn in a welcome new report yesterday.
The UK College of Policing is teaching the Saudi Arabian interior ministry high-tech forensic skills that risk being “used to identify individuals who later go on to be tortured”, an internal police report obtained by the human rights charity Reprieve reveals.
Ekklesia founder Jonathan Bartley is standing down as co-director of the organization after 14 years. Simon Barrow, who has been Ekklesia’s co-director since 2005, is continuing as the sole director of the politics and beliefs think tank.
Anti-nuclear campaigners will gather at AWE Burghfield today (6 June 2016) to highlight the role the site plays in the manufacture and maintenance of nuclear warheads for Trident, the UK's nuclear weapons system.
The Coroner in the inquest into the 1995 death of Private Cheryl James at Deepcut Barracks has today (3 June 2016) recorded a verdict of suicide, delivering a narrative verdict that severely criticised serious failures in duty of care at Deepcut barracks.