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Obama’s failure to close Guantanamo is complete

Obama’s failure to close Guantanamo is complete

The announcement on 4 April 2011 by US Attorney General Eric Holder that the alleged 9/11 conspirators will face trial by military commissions at Guantanamo Bay hails the complete failure…

Metropolitan Police apology over Daniel Morgan murder

Metropolitan Police apology over Daniel Morgan murder

Scotland Yard has apologised to the family of a private detective killed in south-east London in 1987, for a corrupt investigation into his death. Daniel Morgan, 37, was found with…

Supreme Court declines case of Troy Davis

Supreme Court declines case of Troy Davis

The US Supreme Court on Monday dismissed the appeal of Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis, whose loud and persistent claims of innocence attracted the support of death penalty opponents…

4th anniversary of Gilly Mundy’s death

4th anniversary of Gilly Mundy’s death

17 March 2011 will mark four years since the death of one of the stalwarts of the campaign movement against deaths in police custody and abuse by police and prison…

Nick Clegg snubs ‘UFO hacker’s’ mum

Nick Clegg snubs ‘UFO hacker’s’ mum

Janis Sharp, who lives in Brookmans Park, had written to the Deputy Prime Minister asking for a meeting to discuss her Asperger’s sufferer son’s case, only to be given the…

Leicestershire’s police chief told to show lessons learned after woman’s death

Leicestershire’s police chief told to show lessons learned after woman’s death

Leicestershire's chief constable Simon Cole has been ordered to show lessons have been learned after a mentally-ill woman was bludgeoned to death despite calling police for help. Joanne Butler, 38,…

Staff on deportation flights play Russian roulette with lives

Staff on deportation flights play Russian roulette with lives

The Guardian has obtained a training video used by Securicor - now G4S - to instruct guards deporting asylum seekers on flights. The footage forms part of a dossier of…

Prisoners take coalition to European court over breach of voting rights

Prisoners take coalition to European court over breach of voting rights

The two Scottish inmates, known as Greens and MT, are to complain to the grand chamber of the European court of human rights (ECHR), three months after the court warned…