Britain obstructs justice for trade

The lawyer for the family of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko, who was murdered in London in 2006, accused Britain and Russia on Tuesday of colluding to try and shut down an inquiry into his death for the sake of trade links. The British government is trying to keep some information about the death confidential was part of a cover up. The British government’s application for a public interest immunity order, which would prevent material being disclosed in open court, was to protect business deals being struck by Prime Minister David Cameron and the Kremlin.

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