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The Chinese human rights abuses David Cameron won’t raise with Xi JinpingThe Chinese President is visiting the UK but officials say he is not here to 'debate' human rightsScrapping the Human Rights Act will help protect human rights, Attorney General saysJeremy Wright said the Act was not the same thing as human rights themselvesRefugee crisis triggering rights clampdown Human Rights WatchEuropean governments have responded to fears of terrorism and an influx of Muslim refugees by cracking down on basic freedoms, Human Rights Watch (HRW) warne.Group of 32 countries criticises Bahrain's human rights recordGENEVA, Sept 14 (Reuters) Thirty two countries including the United States and Britain expressed concern on Monday about Bahrain's human rights record, urg.Bianca Jagger led the anti fracking protest in Manchester and smashed it The human rights advocate and former wife of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger led the 2,000 strong crowd through the city's streetsUK trains soldiers for majority of regimes on its own human rights abuse watchlistSixteen nations on the Foreign Office watchlist for use of torture and sexual violence benefit from military and security supportChina blasts US human rights in tit for tat reportBEIJING (AP) — China on Thursday blasted US human rights record in its annual tit for tat report, saying money and family connections are corrupting politi.Bianca Jagger led the anti fracking protest in Manchester and smashed it The human rights advocate and former wife of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger led the 2,000 strong crowd through the city's streetsObama and War PowersHuman Rights First writes that invoking war powers outside of war “threatens basic human rights”Opinionator | The Stone When Immigrants Lose Their Human RightsLike the feudal system and slavery before it, our current immigration policy ignores our fundamental moral obligations

UK trains soldiers for majority of regimes on its own human rights abuse watchlist

Sixteen nations on the Foreign Office watchlist for use of torture and sexual violence benefit from military and security support

Opinionator | The Stone What, to the Black American, Is Martin Luther King Jr Day?This holiday does not fully belong in the most profound ways to many Americans, and to some, it does not belong at allTurkish border guards beat, shot Syrian refugees Human Rights WatchReport by Human Rights Watch says five people were killed and 14 seriously injured by border guards in March and AprilMy daughter’s inquest wouldn’t have happened without the Human Rights Act | Des JamesNow, at last, we’re on the brink of exposing the facts – which the authorities fought so long to deny us – about Cheryl’s death at Deepcut barracks 20 years agoPoliticians and military chiefs have been clamouring to make their views on.Barcelona star Lionel Messi criticised for Gabon visit by Human Rights FoundationLionel Messi has been criticised for his decision to visit Gabon and lay the first stone at a future 2017 Africa Cup of Nations stadium by Human Rights Foundation (HRF)Scrapping the Human Rights Act will help protect human rights, Attorney General saysJeremy Wright said the Act was not the same thing as human rights themselvesScottish Government will block Human Rights Act repeal for the whole UK, says Nicola SturgeonThe devolved administration says its consent is necessary for repealJustin Trudeau’s watercolour sketch of Winnipeg human rights museum auctioned off on eBay for $25,200Postcard prints of the image were given to Liberal party donors, and officials from Canadian Museum for Human Rights asked Trudeau for the original for a fundraiserOpinionator | The Stone When Immigrants Lose Their Human RightsLike the feudal system and slavery before it, our current immigration policy ignores our fundamental moral obligationsBarcelona star Lionel Messi criticised for Gabon visit by Human Rights FoundationLionel Messi has been criticised for his decision to visit Gabon and lay the first stone at a future 2017 Africa Cup of Nations stadium by Human Rights Foundation (HRF)George Osborne downplays China's human rights abuses as a 'different political system'The country has a terrible human rights record