British High Court Refuses to Review UK Intelligence Agencies’ Involvement in CIA Drone Strikes

By: Friday December 21, 2012 12:15 pm

The British High Court has refused to review whether intelligence agencies in the United Kingdom have been involved in passing on information that has been used by the CIA to carry out drone attacks.The Pakistani man, Noor Khan, whose father was killed by a US drone strike, intends to appeal the decision.

UK’s Role in US Drone Strikes Challenged by Former Law Chief

By: Thursday September 20, 2012 6:00 am

A former Director of Public Prosecutions in the United Kingdom was recently interviewed by The Times (UK) where he called upon the British government to reveal its involvement in supporting the US drone war in Pakistan.

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