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Episode 4 - Sorry is not enough
September 2018
It has become clear that successive Governments have sanctioned operations by the UK intelligence service in breach of human rights law. The recent case of Abdel Hakim-Belhaj led to a full apology from the prime minister for the role of the UK in his illegal rendition, alongside his pregnant wife, back to Libya.

In this podcast Leigh Day Partner Sapna Malik discusses with Maya Foa and Cori Crider from the human rights charity Reprieve why even in the fields of counter-terrorism and international relations, there are certain lines which must not be crossed.

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Cori Crider

Cori directed Reprieve’s Abuses in Counter-Terrorism team for seven years and now runs the Libya rendition cases.

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Maya Foa

Maya Foa, Reprieve Director, oversees Reprieve’s strategic initiatives to end extreme human rights abuses.

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