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23 April 2012

Sponsors of Formula One "have been left squirming" after Bahrain Grand Prix goes ahead amid human rights concerns

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20 April 2012

Yvette Cooper calls for Bahrain Grand Prix to be cancelled ahead of further violent protests

Author: Evening Standard [UK]

The shadow home secretary has called for the Bahrain Grand Prix to be cancelled as the Gulf state braces itself for further violent demonstrations following months of political unrest. Yvette Cooper said British Formula One stars Jenson Button and...

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18 April 2012

Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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18 April 2012

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre press release: Only 29% of Formula One companies respond to human rights concerns

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

Formula One Group did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams going ahead with the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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17 April 2012

Bahrain Grand Prix Should Be Cancelled Says Labour

Author: Huffington Post [UK]

Formula One chiefs have been urged by Labour to cancel this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix amid continued clashes between police and anti-government protesters…At the start of what is expected to be a week-long run of demonstrations, police and...

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12 April 2012

Bahrain Grand Prix should not proceed

Author: Kirsty Hughes, Chief Executive, Index on Censorship, in Financial Times

From outside Bahrain, we would agree that the political, security and human rights context in Bahrain today all militate against this high-profile, profitable business and sporting event going ahead in a “business as usual” way: political freedoms...

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12 April 2012

Human Rights Watch warns Formula 1 over Bahrain Grand Prix

Author: Edd Straw, Autosport

Human Rights Watch has warned Formula 1 that by holding next week's Bahrain Grand Prix, it will be endorsing the kingdom's regime despite claims that sport and politics don't mix. Joe Stork, the deputy middle east director of Human Rights Watch.....

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12 April 2012

John Yates criticised over Bahrain comments

Author: Sam Marsden, Ian Parkes, Independent [UK]

UK-based Bahraini activist…criticised former Scotland Yard…chief John Yates…Mr Yates, who is advising the Bahraini government on police reform, wrote to Formula 1…[and] said social media…presented a "distorted picture" of ongoing violent demonstrations...

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9 April 2012

F1 teams mull options for Bahrain race

Author: Fox News

Jean Todt, the president of the sport's governing body, the Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), and Bernie Ecclestone, the CEO of Formula One, say the 2012 race will go ahead despite continuing unrest in the country...Ann Clwyd, a [UK]...

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