Tag Archives: MI6

Reprieve: Jack Straw rewriting UK #torture complicity history

Reprieve +44 (0) 207 553 8140 For immediate release: Monday Dec 14, 2015 UK torture complicity: Jack Straw’s comments do not fit with facts Former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw has reportedly today claimed that “the British government never condoned, nor … Continue reading

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Reprieve: UK spying on priviledged legal communications re renditions “rigs the whole justice game … “

Reprieve: +44 207 553 8161 For immediate release: Wed April 29, 2015 Secretive court orders GCHQ to destroy stolen documents   The UK’s Investigatory Powers Tribunal (IPT) has today ordered intelligence agency GCHQ to destroy illegally collected communications of a … Continue reading

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@ajam and @guardian to reveal ‘murky world of espionage’ – #TheSpyCables

The Spy Cables: A glimpse into the murky world of espionage Published on Feb 22, 2015 A digital leak to Al Jazeera of hundreds of secret intelligence documents from the world’s spy agencies. From 1800GMT on Monday, February 23, Al … Continue reading

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Reprieve: UK needs to come clean on lawyer-client snooping

Reprieve: +44 (0) 207 553 8140 For immediate release: Wed 18 February, 2015 Government concedes polices on lawyer-client snooping were unlawful   The UK Government has today conceded that its policies governing the ability of intelligence agencies to spy on … Continue reading

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Reprieve: Judge decides rendered couple deserve day in court, UK/US relations irrelevant

    Reprieve +44 (0) 207 553 8166  For immediate release: Thu Oct 30, 2014 Libyan rendition victims’ case must be heard, Court of Appeal rules Britain’s Court of Appeal has today ruled that a husband and wife who were … Continue reading

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