the human rights act should be ammended so that it can not be abused by criminals and chancers to the detriment of the tax payer and the rest of society.
Human rights should be for UK Citizens- newcomers should have lived lawfully in the country for at least 5 years before it applies to them.
it should not be impossible to deport foreign offenders because they may suffer if they are returned to their country of origin- their rights should weigh less than they risk they pose to society in the UK. The UK Government has a duty of care to its citizens but they seem to be more concerned with letting every serious offender stay in the country and continue committing offences. Also this is an open invitation for foreigners to committ offences to get the right to live in the UK permanently
Why is this idea important?
My idea is important to ensuring the safety of the UK public, and ensuring foreigners are not encouraged to comitt crimes to get the the right to stay here. How would MP's feel if it were members of their families who were being murdered, assaulted, raped because an illegal immigrant thought that was the best way to get the right to stay in the UK permanantly?
What message does legislation that has this effect send out to the public and other people who want to come to this country- what incentive is there for others not to commit crimes? Why is law and justice in this country so out of kilter with what the public want and what is basic common sense?