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Extradition Act 2003

Comment 11th July 2010

Repeal of the Extradition Act 2003.

Why does this matter?

This Act was introduced by Labour in 2003. The Act allows any country in the world to ask for the extradition of any British Citizen. The Act does not require that a country give evidence about why it wants one of our people.  A Briton was extradited to Italy to stand trial for murder.  Yet his lawyers proved he was not in Italy at the time of the murder.  The extradition request was granted but, at the last moment, did not go ahead as Italy dropped the request.

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