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The announcement about how the UK government now intends to address torture allegation is as disappointing as it is predictable, says Amnesty.
Lawyers for the Libyan Abdul-Hakim Belhaj have called the Gibson Inquiry report into the improper treatment of detainees ‘a waste of time and money’.
The legal charity Reprieve has criticised the government's decision not to hold a judge-led enquiry into UK rendition to torture.
Despite concessions announced today,the Justice Secretary’s planned cuts to legal aid will still deny justice to a wide range of people wronged by the UK Government.
Lawyers for Shaker Aamer, a British resident still held in the prison, have called for the UK Government to ensure that he is next in line for release.
Amnesty International is calling for the return of the CIA agent Robert Seldon Lady to Italy to face justice for his part in the US-led rendition programme.
Questions are being asked following a report which claims that Scottish airports were used as part of a US programme of rendition flights.
Amnesty International has called yesterday's vote in the Lords which approved the government's controversial Justice and Security Bill "a terrible day for British Justice".
The Government is to push ahead with plans for secret courts despite concerns raised by victims of state wrongdoing or negligence.
Legal charity Reprieve has welcomed a settlement the al Saadi family have accepted from the UK Government, which forcibly ‘rendering’ them to Gaddafi’s Libya.