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The government’s support for a flawed Kenyan prosecution was based on an incorrect analysis that may put it in breach of its own death penalty policy, says the legal charity Reprieve
Lawyers for the Home Office, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Metropolitan Police have exceeded the deadline for responding to pre-action letters relating to a death sentence handed to a Kenyan citizen.
The government has been challenged to explain its support for a Kenyan investigation resulting in a death sentence based on flawed evidence and a ‘confession’ extracted under torture.
Today (15 October) has seen a global day of action against corporate greed, financial mismanagement and government cuts, which has grown out of New York's 'Occupy Wall Street' demonstration.
Liberty is seeking a judicial review of the decision by the Metropolitan Police to search peaceful protesters en route to a non-violent demonstration at an Essex oil refinery.
A member of the Metropolitan Police Authority (MPA) has said it is "make or break" time for the police, following allegations of bribery.
Thousands of democracy campaigners have co-signed a letter to Assistant Police Commissioner Cressida Dick about its hacking investigations.
Jenny Jones, a Green member of the London Assembly and member of the Metropolitan Police Authority, says answers are needed about the policing of recent protests.
Membership of the Young Greens increased by 10% in only one weekend after Parliament voted to treble the cap on university fees in England to £9,000 per year.
Civil liberties campaigners have condemned comments by the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, who declined to rule out a ban on protest marches in central London.
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