UK Human Rights: A Broken Promise [Amnesty International]

UK Human Rights: A Broken Promise, Amnesty International, February 23, 2006 [condemning the British government's derogations from human rights in the UK itself, criticizing the use of control orders restricting the movements and conduct of suspects who cannot be prosecuted, deploring the "sweeping and vague" language in the new Terrorism Bill now going through Parliament, and generally alleging that Britain is setting a bad example for other countries in the human rights field]. Read the full text of the report. Reported in JURIST's Paper Chase here.

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