HUMAN rights campaigners are demanding the National Portrait Gallery scrap a sponsorship deal with BP that they say violates its ethics policy.
Campaign group Culture Unstained is to lodge a 19-page formal complaint with the gallery today, just in time for this evening’s BP...
Tuesday 20th Jun 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
Northern city to place human rights at the centre of all policies
Wednesday 19th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
With the resurgence of populist right politicians, the human rights of migrants, and therefore everyone, face considerable new threats, argues BEN COWLES
Thursday 5th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
- British police provide training to Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
- Techniques used to identify and arrest people who are then tortured
Thursday 22nd Dec 2016
If extradited, Lauri Love could face 99 years in jail
Wednesday 16th Nov 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
WHAT kind of submissive state agrees to extradite its citizens to a superpower on demand without insisting on a reciprocal arrangement?
Lauri Love is the latest British citizen to discover the grovelling depths to which Tony Blair’s government sank in 2003 by agreeing that the US...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
BELATED moves are to being made to overhaul the hugely controversial stop and search powers after an independent study found that police officers held “unconscious bias” against minorities and children in the majority of cases.
The new proposals would apparently mean that...
Friday 28th Oct 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
Despite the PM’s objections, holding British military personnel to human rights laws reflects our common humanity, writes LIZ DAVIES
Thursday 27th Oct 2016
Report exposes ‘sheer scope’ of arms sales
Friday 7th Oct 2016
A NINE-YEAR-OLD girl was denied the right to sue the government yesterday for failing to press for her father’s release from death row in Ethiopia.
The High Court rejected the request for a judicial review into the government’s handling of the case of Andargachew Tsege,...
Thursday 8th Sep 2016