Margaret Owen, Mary Holmes and Kevin Bannon on the failures of the UK government’s foreign policyThe government’s failure in its responsibility to protect innocent civilians from atrocities, ethnic cleansing and genocide, as described in the foreign affairs committee report (MPs want inquiry into cost of inaction on Syria, 10 September), is not just “inconsistent” (Letters, 12 September), it is criminal.

The People’s Tribunal on Turkey, which reported to the European parliament in May, led by seven eminent judges from European countries, found Turkey guilty of atrocious war crimes in both south-east Turkey and in Syria, based on evidence of over 400 witnesses.

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