On this day in 1968 Robert Kennedy was brutally murdered. The speech he made, following the murder of Martin Luther King, starkly and poignantly speaks into our own times, to the tragedy of George Floyd’s death. It challenges us to ask what has changed—and what remains the same—more than 50 years later.

On this day in 1968 Robert Kennedy was brutally murdered. The speech he made, following the murder of Martin Luther King, starkly and poignantly speaks into our own times, to the tragedy of George Floyd’s death. It challenges us to ask what has changed—and what remains the same—more than 50 years later.

On this day in 1968 Robert Kennedy was brutally murdered. The speech he made following the murder of Martin Luther King starkly and poignantly speaks into our own times, to the tragedy of George Floyd's death. It challenges us to ask what has changed—and what remains...

Lord David Alton

For 18 years David Alton was a Member of the House of Commons and today he is an Independent Crossbench Life Peer in the UK House of Lords.

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The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

The World Must Not Forget Andy Li And The Hong Kong 12

With Andy Li During The Hong Kong Elections In the U.K. Parliament I have again asked the U.K. Government what information they have on the wellbeing of the 12 young prodemocracy activists from Hong Kong, arrested by China. I asked whether the U.K. has asked China to...

Hong Kong 12 Denied Access To Their Lawyers As UK Government Says “Whether judges of the Supreme Court can continue to serve as judges in Hong Kong will depend on whether such service remains compatible with judicial independence and the rule of law.”

Grandma Wong urges the world to support the Hong Kong 12 - denied access to their lawyers and families. It is a fundamental principle that an accused person has the right to have access to a lawyer. Yet China’s Ministry of Justice has ordered at least five lawyers not...

UK Minister says the UK “Government strongly condemns child, early and forced marriage; as well as forced conversion of women and girls in Pakistan, including from religious minorities” And following the recent webinar on forced marriage further questions have been tabled in Parliament.

In a letter from Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon, the UK Minister of State and Prime Minister's Special Envoy, he says the UK "Government strongly condemns child, early and forced marriage; as well as forced conversion of women and girls in Pakistan, including from religious...