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Grandfather Albert Douglas has been held as an economic hostage in Dubai. He has been beaten, tortured and denied his medication, but the FCDO says “torture in itself is not grounds for a clemency application”.

27 March 2022

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by Radha Stirling, CEO of Detained in Dubai, Due Process International and host of the Gulf in Justice Podcast

25 March 2022

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The Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) with its 14,000 staff is tasked with promoting British interests abroad but the government department’s goals are often conflicting in nature, leaving diplomats in confusion over priorities, placing British citizens...

23 March 2022

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Foreign Office Fails Brits Detained Abroad: Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe latest to criticise FCDO

21 March 2022

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‘Denmark Faces Human Rights Issues over UAE Extradition Treaty’ says Expert

17 March 2022

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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s 6-year detention highlights Britain’s diminished diplomatic influence

17 March 2022

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by Radha Stirling, Expert Witness & Founder of Due Process International for The Times of Israel.

14 March 2022

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Contractors stiffed by Saudi Prince for construction of venue for secret billionaires' meeting reveal potential plot to challenge MBS

14 March 2022

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Steve Long, the British veteran and paramedic whose background working with bomb disposal units caused him to have a mental breakdown in Abu Dhabi airport last month, telling staff he believed there was a bomb on the plane, has been transferred from psychiatric hospital ...

10 March 2022

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On January 28th, the 39-year-old from Stockport, Manchester told airport staff in Abu Dhabi, before he was to board a flight home, that he feared there would be a bomb on the plane. He wasn’t making a bad joke; he was in the grips of residual trauma resulting from years...

8 March 2022

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