The London High Court has ruled that three Kenyans who were detained and tortured during the Mau Mau rebellion against British colonial rule have the right to sue for damages. With the ruling, the suit brought by the Kenyans may proceed to full trial.
The video features an interview with former CIA officer, Ray McGovern. The U.K. government's recent actions with regard to Julian Assange and the sovereignty of the Ecuadorian embassy are discussed.
The BBC has revealed evidence of a letter confirming the part the British government played in the rendition of Libyan Islamic extremist Abdel Hakim Belhaj, to Libya, where he alleges he was tortured in a Gaddafi prison.
By the end of May, if British legislators have their way, a series of new EU-inspired consumer protection regulations will be in place to safeguard against fraudulent activity in a widening range of commercial activity.
British families are being asked to stop at two. Kids that is. The Optimum Population Trust says that the Brits population boom is having an impact on the environment. Last year Brits had a total of 669,531 babies.
Previously classified British government documents reveal that Idi Amin and his entourage would have been shot at any airport in Britain if Amin had attended the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in 1977.