Rights groups write to PM demanding public inquiry into abuses

Theresa May urged to set up inquiry into UK involvement in human rights abuses Six leading human rights groups have written to Theresa May to demand a public inquiry into the UK’s involvement in human rights abuses in the years following 9/11.The move follows the prime minister’s decision to issue a public apology to the Libyan rendition victims Abdel Hakim Belhaj and his wife, Fatima Boudchar, who were kidnapped and flown to Tripoli with the help of MI6. Continue reading…

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