Thomson ReutersFebruary 13, 2013 20:30
* UK's Hague: Britain faces "stark choice" on sharing intelligence
* Disengaging would raise risk of attacks at home and abroad
* Britain must work with countries to improve rights record
By Peter Griffiths
LONDON, Feb 14 (Reuters) - Britain is justified in sharing intelligence with countries suspected of human rights abuses to protect itself, Foreign Secretary William Hague will say on Thursday, despite concerns over the torture of suspects and costly court cases.