By Moazzam Begg The man who sold me and hundreds of other prisoners into the hands of the US military to be
Now that the UK ballots are counted, will anybody take notice of the latest release of civilian death counts in the Middle East?
Tahirah Amatullah As the UK recovers from a Tory win at the poles in the wake of another tragic event in the
How sections of the ‘Left’ mimicked the War on Terror narratives they once condemned when it came to Syria
When the War on Terror began, CAGE took issue with the way 'the rules of the game' changed in order to cast
On Friday 19th July, the Commission for Countering Extremism (CCE) released its statistics summary and the first of its commissioned academic reports.
Hollow review of student ‘watchlists’ and ID card bans at King’s College London only exposes a culture of silencing campus activism
On the 19th of March, 13 students and one member of staff at King's College London (KCL) had their university ID cards
By Fahad Ansari ‘This prosecution is completely inhumane to the point of being cruel.’ These were the closing submissions of Henry Blaxland
Boris Johnson is the latest bulldozer employed to distract us from the widespread abuses and inherently failing nature of the ‘War on Terror’
The prospect of Boris Johnson becoming Britain’s new prime minister shows that political “leadership” in our current toxic paradigm only goes to
Within the past day, a number of scheduled participants for the Bradford Literature Festival have announced their withdrawal from the event, on
CAGE extend solidarity with David Muritu, Sandwell College lecturer who voiced opposition to PREVENT
CAGE express our solidarity with David Muritu, a Maths lecturer at Sandwell College who has been fired for ‘gross misconduct’ by college
By Asim Qureshi The burden of the brutalized is not to comfort the bystander. That's not our job, alright - stop with