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on 29 January 2013
Ministers are attempting to roll back concessions won by the Lords over their plans for secret courts.
on 28 January 2013
Lindsay Sandiford, who was last week sentenced to death by firing squad in Indonesia, is suing the Foreign Office over its failure to support her appeal against her death sentence – in breach of its obligations to her as a British Citizen.
on 24 January 2013
It is essential that the UK Government comes clean about its policy of providing intelligence in support of the CIA's drone programme in Pakistan.
on 22 January 2013
A British grandmother arrested on drugs charges in Indonesia has today been sentenced to death by firing squad.
on 11 January 2013
Today marks eleven years since the first men were taken to Guantánamo Bay. 166 men are still detained at the prison. The last British resident is still held despite having been cleared for release.
on 10 January 2013
The defense contractor which reached a settlement with alleged victims of torture in the notorious prison Abu Ghraib is now again at the cutting edge of ‘war on terror’ abuses, providing key components for weaponised drones.
on 02 January 2013
UK aid for Iran’s ‘War on Drugs’ is helping to send hundreds of people to death row, despite extensive sanctions placed on the country by the Government, a new report from Reprieve has found.
on 21 December 2012
A Pakistani man whose father was killed by a US drone strike is to appeal a judgement handed down today in a case seeking to determine the legality of intelligence sharing in relation to GCHQ assistance in CIA drone strikes.
on 20 December 2012
Reprieve counsel Clive Stafford Smith, working with Florida co-counsel Ben Kuehne and Susan Dmitrovsky, today filed a further challenge to Kris Maharaj’s convictions, seeking to overturn the US federal rule that his innocence cannot be considered a substantive reason to order his release.
on 20 December 2012
Prosecutors in Bali announced today that they will seek a 15 year prison sentence for British grandmother Lindsay Sandiford, who was arrested earlier this year on drugs charges.