Hillsborough – DPP Asked To Expedite Decision; Susan Hemming to take Final Decisions – Jury verdict of unlawful killing: The Hillsborough Independent Panel’s Investigation – and correspondence from 1989 with the Police Complaints Authority and Government Ministers. April 1989 intervention in the House of Commons. April 27th 2016 Statement in the House of Lords; April 29th letter to the Director of the Crown Prosecution Service

Hillsborough - Letter from the Director of Public Prosecutions, May 6th 2016: Susan Hemming to take final decisions: and reply: 060516 Letter to The Lord Alton of Liverpool   Dear Mr.Okogwu   I would be grateful if you would thank the Director for this...

October 19th 2015 Modern Slavery Act Regulations debated in Parliament , followed by December 19th article for Huffington Post – Committee Stage of the Modern Slavery Bill – Amendments to Create a Fund from the Seized Assets of Traffickers – to help victims, charities and law enforcement agencies, – Amendments on Domestic Workers Visas, Gangmasters, Supply Chain Transparency

House of Lords Debate: October 19th 2015 Modern Slavery Act 2015 (Transparency in Supply Chains) Regulations 2015 Motion to Approve 7.01 pm Moved by Lord Bates That the draft regulations laid before the House on 7 September be approved. Relevant document: 4th Report...

Dalits, Untouchability, and the Caste System in India

House of Lords Debate November 26th 2014. [Voice of Dalit International (VODI), Email: vodi@vodintl.org.uk , Web: www.vodintl.org.uk] ‘RESPONSE TO CASTE & DALIT POVERTY IN INDIA’ Report of DALITAID–INDIA - 2 DAY CONFERENCE - National Biblical Catechetical and...

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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Government asked what steps they are taking to support low and middle-income countries in Africa; and what recent assessment they have made of the potential effect of reductions in the UK aid budget on support to those countries.

Government asked what steps they are taking to support low and middle-income countries in Africa; and what recent assessment they have made of the potential effect of reductions in the UK aid budget on support to those countries. Lord Goldsmith of Richmond Park, the...

Government urged to respond to the report by the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Acute Food Insecurity Analysis May – September, published on 10 June, which found that that in Tigray “350,000 people are suffering from catastrophic levels of hunger”

Government urged to respond to the report by the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification Acute Food Insecurity Analysis May – September, published on 10 June, which found that that in Tigray “350,000 people are suffering from catastrophic levels of hunger” Lord...