Peter Kyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, with reference to the Answer of 21 March 2017 to Question HL5901, on Bahrain: capital punishment, when his Department expects the findings of the Ombudsman and Special Investigations Unit investigation into the allegations of torture of Mohammed Ramadan and Hussein Ali Mousa to be published.
Mark Garnier: The following countries have received official invitations to DSEI 2017 from the Department for International Trade’s Defence and Security Organisation: Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Bangladesh Belgium Botswana Brazil Brunei Bulgaria Canada Chile Czech Republic Colombia Denmark Egypt Estonia Finland France Germany India Indonesia Italy ...
Mark Garnier: The Department for International Trade's Defence and Security Organisation has identified the following core markets for 2017-18 with defence and security opportunities: Algeria Australia Austria Bahrain Belgium Brazil Canada Chile Colombia Denmark Finland France Germany India Indonesia Italy (lead for Mediterranean Defence Network Defence includes Spain & Portugal) Japan Kuwait Lithuania...
Helen Goodman: .... If we are prepared to speak out with one voice on the issue of Venezuela—rightly—then, by contrast, people will not understand any equivocation about other countries with serious human rights records, such as Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. We must not allow anyone to claim that this House discovers its conscience and its voice only when there is an argument to be had in domestic...
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the government of Bahrain regarding the denial of medical care to Abduljalil Al-Singace and Hassan Mushaima, who were sentenced to life imprisonment by the National Safety Court in June 2011.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The Government of Bahrain Public Prosecution has launched an investigation into the deaths of the five men during the security operation in the village of Diraz. We encourage a swift and thorough investigation.
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government what was the allocated budget for technical assistance to Bahrain in the financial years (1) 2016-17, and (2) 2017-18, broken down by heads of expenditure; and what was the actual expenditure under each of those heads in 2016-17.
Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: The British Embassy in Bahrain continues to monitor such cases and regularly attends court hearings.
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the government of Bahrain on the disappearance of Al-Sayed Alawi Hussain al-Alawi, who was arrested on 24 October 2016.
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the government of Bahrain regarding the detention on politically-related charges of Bahraini women in Isa Town Women's Prison.
Lord Judd: Her Majesty's Government what representations they have made to the government of Bahrain concerning the arrest, alleged torture and general treatment of Ebtisam Al-Sayegh, a human rights worker; what was the outcome of those representations; and how that episode will affect the UK's support for future progress on human rights within Bahrain.
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government whether reports of the torture and sexual abuse of Ebtisam Al-Sayegh by the National Security Agency of Bahrain on 26 May, and her subsequent arrest and alleged ill-treatment on 3 July, as reported by the Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy and Amnesty International, has been recorded in line with the FCO Torture and Mistreatment Reporting Guidance.
Lord Scriven: Her Majesty's Government whether they have received reports of any sexual assault by staff of the National Security Agency of Bahrain and, if so, what assessment they have made of these allegations.
Lord Hylton: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what discussions they have had with the government of Bahrain following the cancellation of Sheikh Isa Qassim's citizenship.
Alistair Carmichael: ...State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what information he holds on reported Qatari contact with and support for political opposition groups in (a) Saudi Arabia, (b) the UAE, (c) Egypt and (d) Bahrain.
Boris Johnson: ...on human rights issues overseas in 2016. The report assesses the human rights situation in 30 countries which FCO has designated as its Human Rights Priority Countries. These are: Afghanistan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Burma, Burundi, Central African Republic, China, Colombia, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of Congo, Egypt, Eritrea, Iran, Iraq, Israel and the...
Eddie Hughes: ...Navy. Our troops are operating in 80 different areas around the world. People in Walsall North will be familiar with some of those areas, such as the Falklands, but perhaps not so familiar with Bahrain, other than as a venue for the Grand Prix. My hon. Friend the Member for Aldershot has written about Bahrain, and I have read his papers. I understand that we have recently celebrated the...
Hilary Benn: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, what recent representations he has made to his counterparts in the Bahrain Government on the treatment of (a) Ebtisam Al-Sayegh and (b) Mohammed Khalil al Shakouri.
Lord Luce: Her Majesty's Government whether, in response to invitations from the government of the Kingdom of Bahrain, they are providing any training or assistance for that government; and, if so, in what areas.
Lord Luce: Her Majesty's Government whether they have been invited by the government of the Kingdom of Bahrain to provide support and training to improve the administration and conditions of prisons in Bahrain.