300 days of protest: a message of support from British MPs

  Today marks the 300th day of continuous protest by Tamil relatives of the disappeared. They have been demonstrating at various sites across the North and East of Sri Lanka to demand answers as to the fate and whereabouts of their missing loved ones, many of...

UK Government must come clean on ‘military reform’ in Sri Lanka

In November 2015, at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in Malta, UK Prime Minister David Cameron announced a £6.6 million package of funding from the UK to Sri Lanka “to support reconciliation, military reform, and to help people who were forced from their...

Home Office mendacity

It has come to our attention that the UK Home Office has been using an extract from an interview our Campaign Director gave on 10th of March 2015 in order to justify the statement that the risk of persecution has reduced since the accession to power of President...

Cameron in the dock for failing to prevent torture reprisals

  Two years on and the legacy of David Cameron’s visit to the 2013 Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting remains a topic of debate. His historic visit to the North of Sri Lanka, though regarded by some as a powerful gesture of solidarity with members of the...