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The Guardian and the New York Times have revealed the existence of documents showing the contribution made by UK intelligence agency GCHQ to US drone strikes in Yemen.
In a speech at the Legatum Institute in London today, UK Justice Secretary Michael Gove said the justice system fails the poorest and that he planned to “review” cuts to legal aid.
Amnesty International has responded to David Cameron's announcement that the UK government is to allow ‘modest expansion’ of its resettlement scheme for Syrian refugees.
As the death toll in Yemen passes 2000 and the punishment of blogger Rai Badawi is upheld, CAAT has again called for the UK to end arms sales to Saudi Arabia.
Amnesty International has received a huge response to a crowdfunded newspaper adverts campaign calling on Justice Secretary Michael Gove to save the Human Rights Act.
A cross-party delegation of MPs will next week hold talks in Washington DC to lobby for the return of Shaker Aamer, the last remaining Briton in Guantanamo Bay.
Leaders from four major UK Churches have signed an open letter to David Cameron, congratulating him and encouraging him to hold "truth, justice, peace and wellbeing" at the heart of government.
Over the past five years, the UK’s ruling Coalition has brought in heavy cuts to social security and public services. If a Conservative-led alliance comes to power in the general election, this is likely to intensify.
The UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has ordered intelligence agency GCHQ to destroy illegally collected communications of a Libyan rendition victim.
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has urged the UK Government to take meaningful humanitarian action to help solve the migrant crisis.