Britain defends anti-terror measures

Britain defends anti-terror measures By Hannah K. Strange, UPI UK Correspondent, 26 April 2006 http://www.wpherald.com/storyview.php?StoryID=20060426-115014-4692r LONDON — Britain’s use of controversial memoranda of understanding to enable deportations of...

Algerian terror suspects want to go home

Algerian terror suspects want to go home · Hunger strikers’ letter to Guardian tells of despair · They say torture better than ‘cruelty’ in Britain Vikram Dodd, The...

UK fails to secure deal on Algerian deportees

UK fails to secure deal on Algerian deportees · Talks ended with only oral assurance on torture · Return of prisoners may contravene human rights Richard Norton-Taylor, The...

Terror suspect would rather face torture than endure UK controls

Terror suspect would rather face torture than endure UK controls By Terry Kirby, Chief Reporter, The Independent, 20 March 2006, http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/legal/article352370.ece Human rights and Muslim organisations have attacked...

Ramda, ten years of diplomatic trial of strength

Ramda, ten years of diplomatic trial of strength London refused his extradition asserting of risks of « degrading treatment » in France By Armelle THORAVAL , Libération, February 17, 2006...

Algerian cleared of ‘ricin plot’ fears torture at home

Algerian cleared of ‘ricin plot’ fears torture at home By Nigel Morris, Home Affairs Correspondent, he Independant, 25 February 200 http://news.independent.co.uk/uk/legal/article347570.ece An Algerian man threatened with deportation despite...

Terror suspect in removal appeal

Terror suspect in removal appeal BBC, 25 April 2006 A terror suspect once arrested in connection with a possible ricin plot against Britain has launched an appeal against...

The Forgotten Long Lartin Hostages

The Forgotten Long Lartin Hostages By Yvonne Ridley, Cageprisoners.com, 27/04/2006 Ever since I became a patron of Cageprisoners and Stop Political Terror, I have written and responded to...