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Why Does the UK Defend Corporations and Not Their Victims?

Wednesday 12 December 2012

Because it is controlled by those that control the corporations

‘The Government announced yesterday that it will seek a place for Britain on the UN’s Human Rights Council.

It has not improved its chances by intervening in the US Supreme Court to protect companies accused of complicity in torture, rape and genocide. It has asked the court, in a case against Shell, to restrict the only law that makes multinationals accountable, allowing actions to be brought in the US by victims who cannot sue their wrongdoers anywhere else.’

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