Secret courts vote 'a terrible day fo...

Secret courts vote 'a terrible day for British justice', says Amnesty

There are 1 comment on the Ekklesia Daily News story from Mar 27, 2013, titled Secret courts vote 'a terrible day for British justice', says Amnesty. In it, Ekklesia Daily News reports that:

Responding to a vote in the House of Lords yesterday which saw the government's controversial Justice and Security Bill approved by a majority of peers, Amnesty International UK Campaigns Director Tim Hancock said: "This is a terrible day for British justice.

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Since: Aug 12

Saint Louis, MO

#1 Mar 27, 2013
Long ago in the United States a person who believed that a Bill of Rights was unnecessary because every educated Englishman knew his rights helped draft them to take it off the table as a strawman argument.. He'd probably wonder where they (Educated Englishmen) went!

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