The government stokes fear and fails to understand the Muslim world. But inside at least one courtroom remains an unusual precedent: context can be served
Britain's extradition law must be reformed. A leading lawyer and chair of the British Institute of Human Rights explains why, and how.
The UK home secretary condemned US detention when refusing to extradite Gary McKinnon – yet willingly deported five Muslims
The Crown Prosecution Service has published new guidelines which say that people accused of crimes which cut across national boundaries should be tried in the country where most of the alleged offending occurred.