Asim Qureshi, Research Director of CAGE appears on Channel 4 News on whether Britons fighting in Syria pose a threat when they return.

The Cordoba Foundation discusses the definitions, classifications and causes of terrorism in an interview with Moazzam Begg

The poppy is worn to commemorate fallen soldiers in wars past and present. Given the various military conflicts of the War on Terror, should it be worn by Muslims?

Moazzam Begg spent 20 months in solitary confinement in the Guantanamo Bay detention camp after being arrested in Pakistan. He was released without charge in January 2005.

Julian Assange of WikiLeaks interviews Asim Qureshi and Moazzam Begg about the work of Cageprisoners

Dr David Nicholl is a consultant Neurologist based in Hagley. He has campaigned tirelessley for the release of all Britons in Guantanamo, and shows no signs of stopping until the last one, Shaker Aamer, is released.

Two former detainees talk to Souad Mekhennet about the ongoing hunger strike at the prison and life after Guantanamo.

With fears in Europe about potential terrorist threats coming from Europeans fighting in Syria, CagePrisoners talks to people on the ground who offer a different narrative.

After the disclosure of the NSA spy programmes in recent weeks and the ongoing trial of Bradley Manning, the treatment of whistleblowers is in the public eye. As the manhunt for Edward Snowden continues, Indrani Balaratnam speaks to Matthew Diaz, a 2005 Guantanamo Bay whistleblower.

Exclusive interview obtained by the BBC with Shaker Aamer Britain's final Guantanamo prisoner followed by discussion between Victoria Derbyshire and Moazzam Begg

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