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David Cameron in his "Bill of Rights"

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posted on Jun, 29 2006 @ 07:32 AM
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Conservative leader David Cameron says he wants to shake up Britain's human rights laws.


I was just wondering what you guys think of this. Are our current human rights too lenient on criminals, or is something more sinister going on?


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posted on Jun, 29 2006 @ 10:15 AM
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Empty rubbish for disgruntled tories (upset with Cameron's supposed move towards the 'centre ground' of British politics) and anti-EU/Johhny foreigner Brits IMO.

Even Cameron admits that under his proposal the ECHR would remain the ultimate court of appeal.

At best it's a pointless additional layer of legal bureaucracy which can onl;y complicate, delay or add expense to the legal process and at worse it is an example of the dangerously ill-judged and badly thought-out attempt at a populism Cameron imagines 'attractive'.

Interesting too how after recieving such sharp criticism as this did recieve (Ken Clark's honesty was admirable

Former Conservative Chancellor Ken Clarke has said David Cameron's plans for a British Bill of Rights are "xenophobic and legal nonsense".

news.bbc.co.uk... ) this story has disappeared as quickly as it appeared.



posted on Jul, 3 2006 @ 12:40 AM
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Empty rubbish for disgruntled tories (upset with Cameron's supposed move towards the 'centre ground' of British politics) and anti-EU/Johhny foreigner Brits IMO.


Agrees with you 100%, Cameron is just trying to crab news headline.. why cause he does not have any policies that can challenge the Government as of yet.


Both the Gov and the Torie got a rude awakenin, wth the two bi elections we had over here, a slap over the fingers more likes.


I would rather have Labour in power anyways than another 11 years off Torrie Rule no thank you, only alternative is the Liberals hms
will stick with labour for now.
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posted on Jul, 4 2006 @ 08:20 AM
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we already have one.

why not alter the previous that William of Orange created?

Our current Bill of Rights is what America based their's own, why not use that or create a written constitution?

Camerons idea on the Bill of Rights is pretty empty. He hasn't said what should be in it, just another "taskforce looking into it". It makes no sense (see, i dont always agree with him
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