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Interrogation procedures: Lord Gardiner’s report

In Nov. 1971, the UK Government appointed a Committee of three Privy Counsellors to consider ‘whether, and if so in what respects, the procedures currently authorized for the interrogation of persons suspected of terrorism and for their custody while subject to interrogation require amendment’. (more…)

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ICJ Review no. 2 (June 1969)

The Review will provide, on a quarterly basis, not only studies in depth on current legal issues, but also up-to-date information on legal developments throughout the world. (more…)

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