This Human Voice story forms part of CAGE'S project Separating Families: How PREVENT seeks the removal of children See the rest of
ECHR ruling on surveillance is welcome but the growth of the British security apparatus still threatens us all
London - CAGE supports the ruling of the European Court of Human Rights that the British government’s bulk surveillance of online communications
Today (13th September), the Home Office released its quarterly statistical update on the use of police powers under the Terrorism Act 2000.
Yesterday, the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security (CTBS) Bill was voted through to the House of Lords by an overwhelming majority of MPs.
CAGE responds to a call for evidence on the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill (CTBS) 2018. The CTBS Bill builds upon and expands
Father of three whose children were forcibly removed during Schedule 7 stop is handed a conditional discharge for refusing to answer questions
London - At a hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court today, District Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot handed a conditional discharge to Muzaffar Abdullah, who
Download the submission here CAGE is responding to a call by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on British Muslims for a working
Private and confidential data at UK borders ‘unsafe’ following High Court judgement. Rabbani to appeal to Supreme Court
London - A High Court judge yesterday rejected CAGE international director Muhammad Rabbani’s appeal, missing a crucial opportunity to review the deeply
Muhammad Rabbani to appeal password conviction today after releasing some of the evidence he was protecting
London - Muhammad Rabbani will appear in the High Court today to appeal a conviction for not disclosing passwords during a Schedule
London - A series of recommendations from an official review made public last week includes the development of a new algorithm to