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Lord Falconer launches guidance into interpretation of Human Rights Act
Human rights ‘as British as beer’

Human rights are “as British as bitter beer” but people have to understand them better, the lord chancellor has said. Lord Falconer said the idea that human rights were imposed from Europe was wrong saying they were “British to the core” and if anything, had been transferred to Europe. But a review into the Human… Read more »

Tony Blair praises the benefits of the DNA database
Blair champions expanding DNA database

Tony Blair today championed the benefits of DNA technology, and suggested there should be no limits on the number of samples held in the national database. The prime minister was speaking as he toured the Forensic Science Service headquarters in central London, which has solved 100 rape and murder cases that had gone “cold”. There… Read more »