#WithoutPrejudice: Riots, Human Rights Act and hacking
12 August 2011
I had the honour of appearing on this week’s #WithoutPrejudice. The podcast also featured regulars CharonQC, David Allen Green and Carl Gardner, alongside guests former Lib-Dem MP Dr Evan Harris, David Wales, a criminal lawyer and blogger.
- what criminal offences rioters and looters are being charged with, and why;
- the Riot (Damages) Act 1886, and
- whether rioters and looters should be denied social housing;
- the European Court of Human Rights’ judgments in Al Skeini and Al Jedda;
- the withdrawal of human rights organisations from participation in the Gibson inquiry into complicity in torture;
- the government’s Bill of Rights Commission; and finally
- Hackgate, the terms of reference of the Leveson inquiry, and what to hope and fear from it.
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Thank you, Adam – for posting and for participating. It was a pleasure to meet and I very much hope you will return for a Human Rights *Special*.
I am, as you know, a fan of the UK Human Rights blog – an excellent for many lawyers and non-lawyers.
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