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Anti Terrorist Legislation


On 1st September 2014 the Prime Minister argued that there may need to be an enhancing of the Government’s power to exclude individuals from certain areas whilst re-introducing the ability to move subjects without their consent. He announced a series of new measures to assist with combating terrorist threats, declaring that the Government would “introduce new powers to add” to the current system of Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures (TPIMs). Specifically, that this would involve expanding them to include “enhanced” exclusion zones and a reintroduction of relocation orders. Looking specifically at the ability to exclude individuals from certain areas, it is difficult to see what new powers the Government requires. Read more of this post

Brother Ivo


A lecture delivered by the President of the Supreme Court explained why judges sometimes feel called upon to be more pro-active, and occasionally enter the public-political debate about ‘Justice in an age of Austerity’ (pdf). Read more of this post

Human Rights 60 years on


An article with the title European Convention on Human Rights – 60 years old today notes that September 3rd marked 60 years since the European Convention on Human Rights (The Convention) came into force. That the UK government’s seemingly difficult relationship with The Convention and its five protocols has a certain irony, as many of the rights in it are indebted to English common law. Read more of this post

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