Government accused of putting trade deals before human rights as documents reveal countries with the death penalty were clients of Home Office body

British police earned millions of pounds by training officers in repressive regimes in the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia.

The College of Policing, an arms-length body of the Home Office, has earned more than £3.3m by providing “international leadership” and “international strategic leadership” training to police forces in 23 countries since it was set up by Theresa May in 2012.

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