Counter-terrorism Policy and Human Rights: Terrorism Bill and Related Matters; Third Report of Session 2005-06

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The Stationery Office, 2005 M12 5 - 174 pages
This is the Committee's first report in its ongoing inquiry into counter-terrorism policy and human rights issues, focusing on the terrorist attacks in London in July 2005 and the Government's counter-terrorism measures taken in response. Issues discussed include : provisions of the Terrorism Bill, including those relating to glorification of terrorism, and pre-charge detention; changes to powers of deportation and exclusion, including the new list of 'unacceptable behaviours', deportation with assurances, torture and national security; and the counter-terrorism clauses of the Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Bill, including deprivation of British citizenship, deprivation of right of abode, and out of country appeals in national security cases.

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