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

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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