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David Cameron should boycott the Commonwealth summit in Sri Lanka | Douglas Alexander

guardian.co.uk
Monday, 21 October 2013

The prime minister should reverse his decision to attend and so make clear to the Sri Lankan authorities the extent of Britain's concern about human rights

Next month Commonwealth leaders gather in Sri Lanka amid a bleak human rights situation as the country emerges from two decades of civil war that saw 40,000 civilians lose...
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Source: Press Association UK - on October 23, 2013

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