Joint Committee on Human Rights

Preventing suicide and self-harm in prison must be, and must remain, a top priority
Britain is falling short of obligations set out under international law for dealing with migrant children who arrive in the
Computer hacker Gary McKinnon's 10-year fight against extradition to the United States was an "emotional rollercoaster", his
The Home Office has been accused of double standards after blocking the extradition of Gary McKinnon, who has Asperger's
Gary McKinnon's MP said the Home Secretary had "saved his life" in withdrawing his extradition order. Conservative MP David
Britain’s extradition laws will be changed to include a ‘forum bar’, which would mean a court hearing has to be held to decide
Daniel can’t talk about the three prison inmates who have died in custody over the last five years - two of the victims for
The coalition government are under increasing pressure from both the Labour party and the Joint Committee on Human Rights
Campaigners have been left baffled and angry by a long-awaited review of extradition arrangements which found the current
A broad catch-all discretion enabling police to keep the DNA of innocent people indefinitely for reasons of national security