Liberal Democrat Foreign Office Minister Jeremy Browne in the Guardian about the Coalition’s strategy to prevent torture throughout the World and about the independent enquiry which will investigate whether Britain was implicated in torture after 9/11:
We know that we face a long and difficult road ahead. But our vision is for people to be treated fairly and able to speak freely in every country. We should never be comfortable with a world where journalists, lawyers and activists endure ill treatment for criticising their governments. This is a core part of what this coalition stands for, and we will continue to fight for justice and equality wherever and whenever we can.
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* Caron Lindsay is Co-Editor of Liberal Democrat Voice and blogs at Caron's Musings