The Chancellor says he has raised human rights issues, but reiterates that the British economy needs closer links with China.
Posts Tagged: Human Rights
Terrible things were done by the British Empire, but if the Revolution had failed then fewer terrible things would happened.
What if instead of a narrative concentrated on restricting human rights, the Government argued instead that in some key respects they haven’t gone far enough?
In the third and final post on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers considers what could go into the actual document.
In the second of three posts on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers looks at the mission creep of the ECHR over recent decades.
In the first of three posts on a British Bill of Rights, Rupert Myers looks at the intransigence of a profession that views itself as progressive.
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
The new British Bill of Rights is a tremendous opportunity – but it requires extensive consultation to make the most of it.
Hague’s leadership of the Conservative Party was hugely more significant than he’s given credit for.
This fog of law is hobbling the effectiveness of our troops on the battlefield.
You can respond to it via a link in the article above.
A nuclear deal should not be struck at the expense of the women and minorities that are oppressed by the regime.
By its very nature, torture escalates – not just in its variety and intensity, but in the number of people drawn into its embrace
Mohammed Amin: The Government needs to spell out the good things it’s done for Muslims – again and again
Reading the Counter-Terrorism Bill led me to reflect on why my reaction to it is so different from those other Muslims whom I encounter complaining about it.