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British government blocked Guantanamo detained briton’s access to evidence

The British government has fought in the High Court since 2009 to prevent the last Briton held in Guantanamo, and his lawyers, gaining access to evidence which may have proved his innocence, a Freedom of Information request revealed.

£274,345 was …

Prince Charles’ secret bill-vetoing exposed

MPs sought Prince Charles’ consent for at least twelve bills brought before the House of Lords, the Guardian revealed last night.

Due to a constitutional loophole that gives the Prince of Wales the right to veto legislation that might impact …

Hillsborough disaster papers to be released

Two million documents and sensitive Cabinet papers on the 1989 Hillsborough tragedy are to be revealed by the government after a full consultation with the bereaved families, the Independent reports.

The data will shed light on the events that resulted …