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Civil liberties groups are horrorified at the sweeping snooping powers the Home Secretary would gain under the draft Communications Data Bill.
The London Green Party have urged Boris Johnson to break his silence over the arrest of 182 cyclists in east London during the Olympic opening ceremony.
Civil liberties campaigners are calling for explanations following the arrest of over 130 people near Olympic venues in east London this weekend.
Unitarians and Free Christians have urged other religious groups to join them in challenging plans to increase government access to private phone calls and emails.
Plaid Cymru have accused the UK's coalition government of attempting to create a “surveillance state” with plans to monitor social network sites, emails and phone calls.
The court case examining pre-emptive arrests and violent raids on squats ahead of last year's royal wedding will conclude at the High Court today.
The House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee has today (30 March) made an urgent call for a major overhaul of the UK’s extradition arrangements with the US.
Eight anti-cuts protesters arrested in Fortnum and Mason last year have been found not guilty despite the conviction of other protesters on the same evidence.
The Saudi Arabian authorities have been urged to launch an independent investigation into the death of a Shi’a protester in the country's Eastern Province.
Human rights heroes from various walks of life were rewarded for their achievements at Liberty’s Human Rights Awards last night (22 November).