Appearing on stage with the First Minister, the pressure group’s Director conveniently neglected to mention the SNP’s assault on freedom.
Posts Tagged: Human Rights Act
The Justice Secretary’s first speech in his new job shows the topic may have changed, but the radical approach continues.
Voters in provincial England are the critical battlefield between the Tories and Labour, and we must be imaginative and bold to earn their loyalty.
Nick Timothy’s article today arguing that Britain should quit the ECHR will be read as representing the Home Secretary’s view at a time when the Justice Secretary is still weighing his options.
He has a rendezvous with destiny as a true penal reformer
90 per cent of the missives that come my way are from the same tiny number of electronic activists who engage with each and every call to action.
The new British Bill of Rights is a tremendous opportunity – but it requires extensive consultation to make the most of it.
Also: Knives out for two more Labour leaders – Murphy in Scotland and Jones in Wales.
After a positive pitch from Cameron that led on housing and employment, here is a fuller list of what the Tories are offering the public in May.
This fog of law is hobbling the effectiveness of our troops on the battlefield.
The key to controlling, and achieving a balanced immigration policy, is to repeal the Human Rights Act and remain within the EAA.
Regular ‘Bills of Repeal’ might counter the sad Tory tendency to resign ourselves to poor and illiberal legislation.
Spencer Pitfield: A UK Bill of Rights – the CPF’s first policy success in advance of the 2015 manifesto
Our discussion paper ‘A Magna Carta for 2015’ received a tremendous response from in excess of 200 CPF groups nationwide in July 2013.
British judges in British courts should have the final say on British laws passed by the British Parliament.
Macmillan and Heath and Thatcher (in government, anyway) went one way. Now Cameron is going the other.