Everyone must be afforded due process rights, especially those facing the ultimate penalty: execution. The DPP has made extraordinary progress in protecting this most fundamental right in a range of jurisdiction.
BBC Radio 5 Live interview Sir Keir Starmer MP on DPP trip to Taiwan
2 November 2016
The Death Penalty Project’s recent visit to Taiwan with Sir Keir Starmer MP and forensic psychiatrist Dr Richard Latham has been featured on BBC Radio 5 Live.
Listen to the clip below:
Credit: BBC Radio 5 Live
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