European Union (64)
Jul 6 2018 5:47pm
Why should trade deals be wrapped in secrecy?
By Peter Frankental, Programme Director for Economic Affairs at Amnest...
Jun 29 2018 4:36pm
EU: New migration plans 'dangerous and self-serving'
European Union (EU) leaders have chosen fear over compassion by signin...
Jun 7 2018 4:54pm
It’s time for politicians to vote for human rights
We see daily how the human rights protections we have are used to defe...
Apr 26 2018 10:00am
Crunch time: the Brexit Bill and human rights
By Rachel Logan, Amnesty UK's Law and Human Rights Programme Director ...
Apr 18 2018 6:10pm
Greece: court ruling on asylum-seekers kept on six Aegean islands welcomed
‘The authorities must now allow all newly arriving asylum-seekers into...
Apr 16 2018 10:00am
Brexit: Young people worried about losing human rights
As the generation who might be most impacted by Brexit, there’s one di...
Feb 22 2018 5:01am
Brexit Bill: A risk to your human rights
Whether you’re for or against it, everyone’s thinking about it. Of cou...
Jan 17 2018 6:48pm
Warning that Brexit must not mean EU arms and surveillance safeguards are abandoned in UK
'Brexit mustn’t mean weaker regulation over the UK’s selling of arms a...
Jan 17 2018 9:23am
Withdrawal Bill: Ministers being given 'blank cheque' to rewrite laws
‘Ministers are being issued with a blank cheque to rewrite laws and cu...
Dec 11 2017 10:00am
What's Henry VIII got to do with Brexit?
Why…is Henry VIII eating a cake in the shape of Parliament? Good ques...