Secret Letters Reveal Blair's Collusion With Gaddafi

PA/Huffington Post UK | Paul Vale | Posted 23.01.2015 | UK Politics

Tony Blair penned a letter to the Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi to thank him for the "excellent co-operation" between the two countries' spy agencies ...

Libyan Commander Suing Jack Straw Concerned About Communications Intercepted By GCHQ

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK

Lawyers acting for a Libyan military commander who is suing Britain's intelligence agencies and former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw over claims they w...

Jessica Elgot

The Stars Who Sing For Despots | Jessica Elgot | Posted 15.07.2013 | UK

J-Lo, Beyonce, Nelly Furtado, Mariah Carey. They are some of the world's most iconic divas, with their names recognised all over the world. But it...

We Should Mourn Civilian Deaths Not Turn Them Into Political Pawns

Bobby Friedman | Posted 16.01.2013 | UK Politics
Bobby Friedman

Each and every death is a tragedy, but these killings do not inform us about the underlying reasons for a conflict. Unfortunately, civilians are perhaps as likely to die at the hands of the well-intentioned as at the hands of the terrorist.

Shocking Claims Of Collusion Between Libya And MI5...

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 21.06.2012 | UK Politics

Easily the most eye-catching story in the papers can be found in the Mail on Sunday, which releases a catalogue of shocking claims about MI5 - Britain...

A Lesson in Courage

Usman Ali | Posted 12.06.2012 | UK Universities & Education
Usman Ali

In Britain, our student political battles, in comparison, can feel a little boring. Stepping outside and engaging with other students internationally is healthy - the NUS is an organisation with a global reach. My time in Libya reminded me that students have always been the courageous force of change - which is precisely why Gadaffi targeted them.

'Concerning' Level Of Arms At Large After Libya Conflict, Says Minister

The Huffington Post UK | Chris Wimpress | Posted 26.12.2011 | UK Politics

The government has confirmed that the conflict in Libya has led to the mass dispersal of weaponry around the country, with possible implications for s...

Megrahi, The Scotsman and the Unionists

Peter Curran | Posted 04.12.2011 | UK Politics
Peter Curran

The Scotsman is in no doubt what the big story is today - Megrahi's death bed 'confession'. It puts confession in quotes, but it's a nod and a wink - ...

Questions Blair Must Answer Over Libya

Mark Seddon | Posted 06.11.2011 | UK Politics
Mark Seddon

The idea, frankly, that Tony Blair can continue to act as the Quartet's envoy to the Middle East, is increasingly untenable. Given his links with the Gadaffi regime and his personal friendships with some members of the murderous Gadaffi family, he should stand down, and stand down now.

Yvonne Fletcher - new Hope for Justice

Paul McKeever | Posted 05.11.2011 | UK Politics
Paul McKeever

Yvonne was shot dead in broad daylight whilst trying to police a protest outside of the Libyan Embassy 27 years ago. Criminals, terrorists and murderers have to know that no matter how long after the crime, the truth will catch up with them. Time To Prepare For The Libyan Aftermath | Posted 22.10.2011 | UK Politics


2011: An Extraordinary Year in International Affairs

William Hague | Posted 07.10.2011 | UK Politics
William Hague

Already, 2011 has proved an extraordinary year in international affairs. Governments across the world have needed to act quickly and responsibly to encourage positive change and foster stability in the face of global security challenges. They have had to work ever harder to secure a sustainable economic recovery from the worst financial crisis in a generation. Britain and Germany are pulling in the same direction on all these issues. Together we want to help realise the hopes and opportunities which people throughout the world associate with the desire for change.

Nato Planes Target Tripoli TV Stations In Fresh Bombing Attacks

Press Association | Press Association | Posted 29.09.2011 | UK

PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Nato warplanes have bombed Libyan state TV satellite transmitters in Tripoli because they were being used to incite violence and ...

Libyan Rebel Commander Dead, Transitional Council Says

Sky News | Sky News | Posted 27.09.2011 | UK

The Libyan rebel military leader Abdel Fattah Younes has been killed, Sky News is reporting....

Prospects Of Peace In Libya: Is The End In Sight?

Olivia Williams | Posted 15.09.2011 | UK

Now that the United States has recognised the opposition to Colonel Gaddafi's regime as Libya's "legitimate governing authority", and the UN's special...