Category Archives: Human Rights

The Right Honorable David Davis MP loses his way on brexit

I used to have a lot of time for the Right Honorable David Davis MP and won’t forget his brave stance on defending civil liberties when he spoke out against storing the DNA records of a million innocent Brits on their … Continue reading

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10 Reasons to be Cheerful about EU

I promised in my last blog to write about the European Union in a less defensive manner, emphasising the positive aspects the EU has brought in my personal life, rather than responding to an anti EU agenda set by UKIP … Continue reading

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Some random thoughts on Human Rights, to set the scene for discussion on a new Human Rights Action Plan in Suffolk.

Human Rights are not binary; Human Rights Policy is not about the case if an individual has them or is denied them. We instinctively know that with Human Rights it’s usually about finding the right balance between some basic individual … Continue reading

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