Turkey Human Rights

EU To Scotland: Once Britain's Out, We Won't Pull You Back In

Jo Simmons | Posted 10.02.2017 | UK Politics
Jo Simmons

Of course, MEPs like Pons are not making life difficult out of pure spite. With the independence movement in Catalonia gaining ground, no Spanish politician outside of Barcelona is ever going to come out in support of Scottish independence, let alone Scotland's separate entry into the European Union. To the people of Scotland, though, that comes as little solace: they might not have voted for Brexit, but they'll likely have to pay the heaviest price.

Turkey's Regional Influence Tainted by Human Rights Violations

Ruwayda Mustafah | Posted 05.05.2012 | UK
Ruwayda Mustafah

Turkey can't possibly be immune from international consequences because disregard for Human rights is not a domestic issue, it is one that should be met with scrutiny and legal repercussions, something yet to be seen in Turkey because over the years public outrage over Human rights abuses have only come from Kurdish activists.