A British lawmaker has said that Wednesday’s Grenfell Tower fire in west London amounts to “corporate manslaughter.”
UK-made bombs have been used in more than 80 unlawful attacks in Yemen carried out by the Saudis, human rights activists say.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has said that “the battle is over but the war has just begun” after Swedish prosecutors closed a seven-year investigation against him.
British police are prepared to arrest WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on charges of skipping his bail if he leaves the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.
Hundreds of activist march to protest the detention of hundreds of refugees in a camp in the UK.
A total of 100 protesters Thursday demonstrated outside the US embassy in London against rights abuses during President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office.
UK statistics have revealed that child trafficking referrals in Britain increased 30 percent last year, the highest figure on record.
Five people are charged with violently attacking a teenage refugee in Croydon, south London, in a hate crime on Friday.
UK police questioned six people over a brutal attack against an asylum seeker Iranian teenage in the London borough of Croydon.
A Jewish scholar in the UK says the government is suppressing any criticism of Israel as anti-Semitism.
Two British universities cancel an annual pro-Palestinian event aimed at raising awareness about human rights violations in the occupied territories.
British prisons are holding child inmates in solitary confinement in defiance of UN torture rules, an investigation finds.
Almost two-thirds of British people think selling arms to Saudi Arabia is “unacceptable,” according to a new survey.
Thousands of people have gathered outside the US embassy in London to protest against President Trump’s Muslim ban.
Two British officers are captured on video as they are tasering their own race relations adviser.
The number of the European Union nationals held captive in Britain’s immigration centers rose five times, a report reveals.
A study by the Institute of Race Relations shows there has been a spike in hate crimes following Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
The British parliament has given the green light to new bulk surveillance powers for police and intelligence services.
British protesters rally to demand the government help refugees held at the Calais camp in France.
Sexual abuse against women in UK universities “expose an alarming pattern,” according to a report.
Brexit has led to a rise in "anti-foreigner" sentiment in the UK, a European human rights watchdog says.
Reprieve has accused the UK Foreign Office of running a program to train police and guards in Bahrain.
Activists from international humanitarian organizations have taken part in a protest in London to raise awareness about the worldwide migrant crisis.
Britain is set to start building a wall in the northern French port of Calais to stop refugees jumping on trucks.
Activists from the Black Lives Matter rights movement have disrupted all flights at a London airport.
A possible hate crime against Poles in Britain has prompted officials in Warsaw to react.
Pressure is mounting on British Prime Minister Theresa May to vote against Saudi Arabia’s retention of the United Nations human rights council chair.
A UK government body calls for urgent action to tackle race inequality as a new study shows the situation has worsened in Britain over the past five years.
British women wearing Hijab are facing work discrimination as employers prefer hiring non-veil-wearing employees.
Black Lives Matter in the UK protests against police violence in the country's capital and several other cities.
The British anti-slavery commissioner says the country has failed to properly probe reports of modern slavery.
Police in Britain warns of a soar in the number of hate crimes committed during weeks before and after the UK's Leave vote.
The number of hate crimes in the UK has sharply risen by more than 50 percent since the Brexit vote, British police say.
As British soldiers face prosecution for war crimes in Iraq, prosecutors rule out putting former PM Tony Blair on trial.
British police are training Saudi officers despite concerns about the regime's dire human rights record.
Professor Catherine Hall has refused to receive an award by Tel Aviv University.
Human rights groups blast a decision to seat the King of Bahrain next to UK’s Queen Elizabeth II during her birthday celebrations.
A new bill to counter extremism in the UK, announced by Queen Elizabeth II, could serve as a means to crack down on Britons’ civil rights, activists warn.
The UK Muslim Council urges the ruling Tories to conduct an inquiry into Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.
A UK court has urged London to give asylum to refugees stuck for years in a British military base.
Pro-Palestinian activists have held a protest against a UK firm, accusing it of benefiting from Israel’s crackdown against Palestinians.
A protest rally in London urges release of refugee women from detention.
A new study shows child sex abuse in the UK dramatically rose last year.
Police in the UK capital are called to racist incidents at least four times per week.
The United Kingdom is reportedly suppressing documents on its alleged role in the US torture and rendition program.
Rights groups slam a British security trade fair marketing non-lethal arms to dictatorships.
A UK parliamentary committee says there is an "impending shortage" of housing for asylum seekers in the UK.
A British national says he was unfairly treated by crew and pilot of easyJet over a text message to his friends.
Prosecutions for human trafficking in England and Wales have increased since the introduction of a new anti-slavery law last year.
Dame Janet Smith reports find prevailing fear among staff members at the BBC to complaint against sex offenders.
Many refugees living in a part of a camp on the outskirts of Calais known as the Jungle have been told to leave in the next three days or face eviction.
British Muslim leaders have called for additional security for mosques after an Imam in Rochdale was killed in a suspected murder case.
Apex court in the UK overturns two cases against murder convicts citing flaws.
New figures reveal that Britain has returned more than 2,700 young asylum seekers to war-torn countries.
Two British police officers have been arrested for failing in their duty to protect a disabled Iranian refugee before he was murdered.
American and British officials are discussing ways for the country's spy agencies to share online data, officials say.
A UN panel calls on Britain and Sweden to end Julian Assange's 'arbitrary detention'.
The founder of WikiLeaks says he will accept arrest if a UN panel rules against him.
London is set to host world leaders to raise $9 billion for the millions of Syrians hit by the country's conflict.
Over 120 economists criticize the UK government’s policy toward the recent refugee crisis in Europe.
Figures show teenagers from Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities in the UK are more likely found in prisons than colleges.
Ethnic minority graduates in the UK are much less likely to find jobs than their white peers and many can expect to earn less for years.
British government is coming under growing pressure to help asylum seekers in the French Jungle camp in Calais rejoin their family members living in Britain.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has made a final push to seal a deal with the EU on curbing welfare benefits for migrants.
The British government says its scheme would focus on displaced children in Syria and the Middle East.
A new report says that race hate crimes on Britain’s railway networks have risen by 37% in the past five years.
The chief of British Office For Standards in Education says schools will be downgraded if inspectors believe that wearing of full veils will harm pupils’ education.
A former British spy says London was aware of torture of inmates at the US Guantanamo Bay prison.
British opposition party Leader criticizes the "dreadful conditions" of migration camp at Calais.
Four Syrian refugees have arrived in Britain from Jungle migrant camp in Calais.
The UK police have investigated a 10-year-old Muslim boy for misspelling.
Pro-refugee activists in the UK have staged a die-in protest in the capital city.
A former inmate of the US Guantanamo Bay detention camp says the prison is being run with the aim of destroying a human being.
The UK faces legal action in relations to an arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
UK foreign secretary has been accused of “parroting Saudi Arabian propaganda” as he refuses to condemn the execution of 47 people in the oil-rich monarchy.
A British soldier is forced out of his country over the UK’s tough immigration policy.
UK shadow foreign secretary has condemned the execution of prominent Saudi Shia cleric Sheikh Nimr al-Nimr.
A British surveillance commissioner has cast doubt on the legality of a police database.
A new report says the majority of people tased by British police are mentally ill.
The British authorities are coming under increasing fire from rights groups for turning away Afghan refugees seeking asylum in the country.
Human rights groups alarmed over a Thai court’s death verdict against two workers accused of killing British backpackers.
British protesters condemn the recent massacre of Shia Muslims by army forces in the northern Nigerian city of Zaria.
British police, the National Crime Agency carry out joint operation to nab suspected pedophiles.
A court in London has sentenced a British couple to six years behind the bars for keeping a Nigerian immigrant as a slave for nearly 25 years.
12 separate investigations to examine allegations involving lawmakers and priests into child sex abuse.
Some 1,500 people hold a protest outside an immigrant detention center in the UK, calling for its closure.
A seriously ill Bahraini dissident faces deportation from the UK after the British Home office rejected his asylum case.
The former NSA contractor, Edward Snowden condemns UK government's new surveillance bill.
MI5 has been secretly collecting phone users’ data for more than a decade, says British home secretary.
Analysts say the British government had to drop its citizen espionage program due to concerns over European laws and rights issues.
Shaker Aamer is now planning to sue the UK government for alleged complicity in his torture.