Raab: Princess Latifa movies are concerning

Dominic Raab said the movies were “deeply troubling” and United kingdom Government would “always” raise human legal rights issues with its partners– including the UAE.

Mr Raab explained to Sky Information: “You can only view the footage…and see that there is very distressing pics, a really tough situation.

“I assume it is relating to. We normally raise human rights troubles with our partners, which include the UAE.

“We are involved by this and I discovered that we have observed the United Nations Superior Commissioner on human rights will be adhering to up on what we have noticed and we’ll be looking at that extremely carefully in truth.”

Requested if they desired to see proof Princess Latifa was alive, he replied: “Given what we have just viewed, men and women would just at a human degree want to see that she’s alive and nicely, of course. I think that is a natural instinct and we would surely welcome that.”

It arrives just after the daughter of the billionaire ruler of Dubai accused her father of holding her hostage following she was kidnapped from a yacht through an escape attempt.

In a sequence of secretly recorded videos, Princess Latifa bint Mohammed al-Maktoum statements she was threatened with being shot until she co-operates with formal statements issued by her father.

In her movies, which are being handed to the United Nations, she claimed: “This villa has been converted into a jail.

“All the home windows are barred shut. There’s five policemen outside the house and two policewomen inside of. I can’t even go out to get fresh air. So generally, I’m a hostage.”