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Christian leaders, including the minister of St Mark’s Methodist Church in the High Road, are offering practical community support after the Tottenham riots.
Amnesty International says the Jamaican authorities must bring to justice those responsible for human rights violations during the police operation in Tivoli Gardens last year
British republicans have welcomed a high turnout today at 'not the royal wedding' events in various parts of Britain.
Judges have ruled that the Metropolitan Police acted unlawfully by kettling clmate campaigners at a protest near a G20 meeting two years ago.
The government has been urged to grant a full pardon to people convicted of homosexual behaviour between consenting adults in the days when it was still illegal.
Amnesty International has urged the Nigerian government to set up an independent inquiry into a police shooting incident that left at least one person dead.
Amnesty International has expressed grave concern about weapons used by UK police that have not gone through the Home Office weapons testing and approval process.
With a growing number of fatalities in Kashmir and Jammu, Amnesty International has called on security forces to show restraint when using live ammunition.
Hertfordshire Constabulary have added two Humanists to their chaplaincy teams, making them the first force in the country to include non-religious chaplains.
The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has appointed a clergyman as its senior chaplain, but emphasises that his role will be to ensure that the diverse pastoral and spiritual needs of the service are met.
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A letter asking the Prime Minister to abandon plans to scrap the Human Rights Act has been signed by 164 organisations
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