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Following allegations of GCHQ involvement in the US 'Prism' programme, calls are renewed for the agency to disclose its policy on support for CIA drone strikes.
A legal opinion by a leading QC has found that the Westminster Government’s proposed changes to legal aid – for which the consultation closes today – are unlawful.
Monday 3 June, marks the start of European Prisoners' Children Week.
Lawyers for the UK Government claim that it should not be held accountable in British courts for its role in the rendition and torture of Gaddafi opponents in 2004.
Tomorrow will see the first court hearing in the case brought by a Gaddafi opponent against the UK Government over its part in ‘rendering’ him and his pregnant wife to Libya in 2004.
Shelter has renewed its call for more homes, as Government figures show the number of new homes built has fallen by eight per cent in three months.
Investing £30bn in infrastructure would boost short term growth and increase the UK's long term economic output, according to new research from the TUC and NIESR.
A British arms sales team from the UK Trade & Investment Defence & Security Organisation has been promoting weapons exports to Bahrain.
David Cameron says he will raise the issue of three British men tortured by Dubai police with the President of the United Arab Emirates during his state visit.
The decision to introduce EU-wide restrictions on neonicotinoid insecticides linked to bee decline is a significant victory says Friends of the Earth.