PM in the frame again for appearing to mislead Parliament
Monday 11th Apr 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
REPRIEVE’S discovery that Britain has operated a covert “kill list” for at least 14 years shames successive governments.
It makes a mockery of all claims that our country seeks to uphold international law, should anyone who remembers the unprovoked carnage our leaders...
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Investigation contradicts government denials
Friday 8th Apr 2016
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
THE British government is funding and training Ethiopian forces suspected of kidnapping a British citizen, rights group Reprieve said yesterday.
A freedom of information request made by the group has revealed that £1 million of public funds were given to the east African...
Tuesday 22nd Mar 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
A “HORRIFYING surge” in Iranian executions of drug traffickers — including some juveniles — was highlighted yesterday by political detention campaigners Amnesty International and Reprieve.
Amnesty has identified 49 juvenile convicts awaiting execution in Iran....
Wednesday 27th Jan 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
Reprieve urges supporters to lobby for the release of horrific force-feeding footage
Thursday 21st Jan 2016
HUMAN rights campaigners lambasted Philip Hammond yesterday after he refused condemn the Saudi Arabian execution of 47 people, including political protesters.
The Tory Foreign Secretary dismissed the victims as “convicted terrorists” and argued that diplomatic intervention...
Saturday 9th Jan 2016
SAUDI ARABIA is planning a mass execution of 52 prisoners in one day, human rights group Reprieve revealed yesterday.
The legal action charity cited several Saudi media reports this week saying that the 52 prisoners will be beheaded in nine of the kingdom’s cities in a single...
Thursday 3rd Dec 2015
Shaker Aamer cleared for release after 13 years in Guantanamo
Saturday 26th Sep 2015
HUMAN RIGHTS experts demanded yesterday that Britain drop its bid for contracts in Saudi Arabia’s prison system as it prepares to crucify 21-year-old Ali Mohammed al-Nimr.
Legal action charity Reprieve welcomed the British Foreign Office’s intention to question the case...