Human rights groups Liberty and Amnesty International have criticised a “draconian” decision by the UK government to strip IS defector Jack Letts of his British citizenship, with one saying it … Continued
A Perth woman, who campaigned for assisted dying in Scotland, has died. Alison Napier, 61, who had cancer and penned her own obituary just weeks before her death, called for … Continued
This week, it was revealed that a legal battle involving a Christian bakery in Northern Ireland, which refused to make a cake bearing a message supporting same-sex marriage, is going … Continued
NHS leaders in England have declared a shortage of intravenous fluids supplying hundreds of patients all over the country a national emergency incident. The fluids are vital to patients whose … Continued
The UK’s data protection regulator has launched an investigation into the use of facial recognition in King’s Cross, London. It was revealed by the Financial Times on Monday (12 August … Continued
Four LGBTQ+ refugees from Syria – who had previously feared for their safety while stranded in Turkey awaiting extradition – have reportedly arrived in Britain in time for Pride in London.
Ahead of the Women’s World Cup kick-off on Friday (June 7), RightsInfo takes a look back at when the Football Association actually banned women’s football in England for 50 years.
On the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT), we speak to campaigners from the LGBT+ community about what the day means for them.
Inequality think tank, the Institute of Fiscal Studies, has released a report which indicates an increase in ‘deaths of despair’ amid high levels of inequality in the UK.
With veganism becoming an increasingly popular lifestyle choice, campaign groups are pushing for the government to take greater action to ensure more options catering for vegan diets in public institutions such as hospitals, schools and prisons are made available.