Published in: Home: NewsUK human rights being ‘eroded’, warn dozens of groups in landmark letter
Exclusive: Liberty, Unison and Mermaids among groups sending ‘distress signal’ as UN begins living standards probe
Published in: ourBeebWhen the BBC met the Terrorism Act
Why was the laptop of a BBC journalist seized by counter-terrorism police?
GCHQ and me
Investigative journalist Duncan Campbell recounts his experiences unmasking British eavesdroppers.
Apologists for terror or defenders of human rights? The Cage controversy in context
The attack on Cage is part of the more general assault on politically active Muslims and an attempt to push Muslim...
Schooling ‘British values’: threatening civil liberties and equal opportunities
Attempts to secure ‘integration’ based on ‘British Values’ are not just infringing on civil liberties, but are also...
"One Nation Britain" and anti-extremism
As the government makes a grab for new terrorism powers, we need to examine the basis of its "extremism" narrative.
Published in: Shine A LightA green and pleasant land? The trauma of the British asylum system
The system of asylum in the UK pushes mental fortitude to its limits.
Beware the terrorist lurking in your bookcase: are British citizens being prosecuted for thought crimes?
Britain's counter-terrorism laws are becoming more sweeping and powerful. They are beginning to criminalise not only...