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16 November 2016

UK: Network Rail pulls Amnesty Intl. posters on Human Rights Act saying they breach their rules on political advertising

Author: Peter Walker, Guardian (UK)

An Amnesty International poster campaign aimed at highlighting how the Human Rights Act has helped causes as disparate as the Hillsborough families and the Northern Ireland peace process has been banned by Network Rail as too political, the rights...

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14 May 2011

UK e-waste illegally dumped in Ghana

Author: Ecologist [UK]

One of the UK's leading waste and recycling companies has been linked to the growing underground trade in e-waste after campaigners uncovered evidence that broken television sets deposited at the firm's facilities were exported to Africa in...

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3 September 2004

Labour reneges on 10-year pledge to introduce corporate killing law [UK]

Author: Andrew Grice, Independent [UK]

Campaigners for a new law on corporate killing say that about 3,000 workers and 1,000 members of the public have died in work-related incidents in the past 10 years. But only 11 companies have been prosecuted and just four of them, all small...

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9 July 2003

Bosses charged over Hatfield crash [UK]

Author: BBC News

Six senior managers and two companies [Network Rail & Balfour Beatty] have been charged over the Hatfield rail crash, which killed four people and injured dozens more in October 2000.

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9 July 2003

Corporate manslaughter

Author: David Bergman, Centre for Corporate Accountability, in BBC News

Network Rail and Balfour Beatty have been charged with corporate manslaughter over the Hatfield rail crash of October 2000. David Bergman of the Centre for Corporate Accountability unravels the complexities of the charge.

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9 July 2003

Network Rail and Balfour Charged With Manslaughter [UK]

Author: Bloomberg

Network Rail Ltd., which runs Britain's rail system, and Balfour Beatty Plc, Europe's largest track engineer, were charged with manslaughter over a train crash that killed four people.

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9 July 2003

UK: Network Rail & Balfour Beatty charged with manslaughter over train crash deaths

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