As alleged victims of torture in Peru bring an injunction against British mining company Monterrico Metals, NGOs are calling for foreign victims of UK corporate abuses to have better access to justice in English courts. In written evidence to the ongoing inquiry on business and human rights by the UK Joint Committee on Human Rights, CAFOD and the Peru Support Group have highlighted the case of Monterrico Metals and called for action by the British Government to influence the behaviour of UK and UK-listed companies overseas. London-based law firm Leigh Day served an injunction against Monterrico Metals on June 2nd, preventing the company from disposing of its assets before a further hearing on June 16th.