If required, Britain’s removal, temporarily, from the European Court of Human Rights when forces are sent into conflict may be necessary.
Posts Tagged: Justice
Mark Pursey: A new deal with Kenya represents a significant move away from Blair’s unworldly foreign policy
Allowing Kenyan courts to try British troops for crimes committed when off duty has wide ramifications.
The injustice of the Durham rape allegation. Mundell comes out. And: who will help me to make my mind up about Europe?
How else can the systematic rape and murder of Christians possibly be described?
We need a new legal framework to govern their use.
Though the news makes it even less likely that Britain will quit the ECHR – not that such a move is on the cards anyway.
The Justice Secretary is going back on the policies introduced by his predecessor – and, indeed, on years of lazy political orthodoxy.
The BBC Director General should act on his agreement to begin broadcasting into the country. The first programme could be a documentary about King John.
Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes it’s difficult, but sometimes, it’s simply wrong for the people of one country – or many – to sit by and watch those of another suffer.
The number in Britain today who are being denied contact is approaching the one million mark. One in fourteen grandparents are in this position.
The investigations into child abuse and the Iraq War both have the same failing.
The Justice Secretary’s course in his new post is driven by politics as well as principle – that’s to say, by the need to take others with him on prison and human rights reform.
If he isn’t, Britain should reconsider its relationship with the Maldivian state.
The Justice Secretary’s speech offers hope for those who want to see lower crime, and lives put back on track.
The Justice Secretary’s first speech in his new job shows the topic may have changed, but the radical approach continues.