At a conference on Thursday, December 11, in Boothroyd Room in the House of Commons, a cross party panel of over a dozen MPs from both Houses of Parliament censured the increasing state-sponsored violence targeting women in Iran under the pretext of improper veiling and condemned the recent surge in number of executions and public hangings, including 11 juveniles and over 30 women, during the first year of Hassan Rouhani's tenure.

Allowing the Iranian regime to meddle in the Camp Liberty dossier will set the stage for another deadly attack on the 3000 defenceless Iranian refugees in the camp

The British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF) expresses its alarm over recent remarks made by Iraq's minister of Human Rights, Mahdi al-Bayati, with regard to the situation of Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty.

On the eve of November 24 deadline for reaching a comprehensive final nuclear deal with Iran, a cross party panel of MPs and Peers warned about easing international pressure on the Iranian regime and called on the UK government and the Foreign Office to adopt a firm policy vis-à-vis Iran during the final stage of the negotiations.

In a cross party parliamentary conference on Tuesday, October 28, organised by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom (BPCIF), MPs and Peers from both Houses discussed the deteriorating human rights situation in Iran, new wave of public hangings, acid attacks on women and the plight of Iranian refugees in Camp Liberty, Iraq.