Law allows state to hold suspects for years without being formally accused of a crime
Prime Minister's lack of assurances in Brexit negotiation speech led to pressure groups to call for greater action
Equality and Human Rights Commission ‘hugely concerned’
Exclusive: ‘We didn’t know who they were and what they were going to do,’ says British MSF worker
'Human rights of the victims have been grossly violated by the security personnel of the government'
Leading charity tells of collaborative multi-faith efforts to free persecuted minority group
'No attacker, male or female, should make it out of any attack alive,' says defence minister
Proposed constitutional changes will be debated in parliament and possibly go to a referendum before becoming law
UN human rights chief accuses Burmese government of taking ‘short-sighted, counterproductive, even callous’ approach to crisis
Government programme targets threats to 'ideological security' in schools
US embassy says there are 'significant concerns' about civil liberties under President Duterte
Two hundred lawyers and academics sign open letter cautioning against crackdown on BDS
Women stormed Beirut's streets on Tuesday in white dresses and bandages to protest human rights 'violation'
Whitehall is now under pressure to establish new trade deals with as little delay as possible – and in order to do this, the UK may be tempted to neglect human rights
You don’t get to be the world’s second biggest arms exporter by being picky about who you sell arms to
'This practice must stop, and must be stopped immediately,' Muslim majority country warns