Published in: openDemocracyUKDeath of a double agent: British torture and betrayal in 1980s Belize
To stop communism in one of the UK’s last colonies, one man was handed over to a death squad and another was...
17 plead not guilty over Stansted deportation protest
Defendants contest public order charges arising from protest that stopped a Home Office removal flight.
Inquest jury finds failures in detainee healthcare
An MRI brain scan that was wrongly cancelled might have led to life-saving treatment for Bruno Dos Santos, who died...
Cancelled brain scan could have saved UK immigration detainee
Inquest, Day Four: Neurologist testifies that he might have saved 25 year old Bruno Dos Santos.
People tied up ‘like animals’ on UK deportation flights
Commercial contractors routinely belt immigration detainees into restraints so extreme that they are rarely used in prisons.
Frail 84 year old subjected to ‘inhuman and degrading treatment’, prison ombudsman says
The death of Alois Dvorzak exposes increased shackling of immigration detainees, as commercial contractors fear...