human rights

dear sir or madam, Could we please get rid of the human rights law it  was meant to work for the for the law abiding people not the criminals but it been used by the greedy lawyers to help them and the illegal people entering this country please get this stopped  as soon as possible.                          yours sincerely F.R.L England   

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dear sir or madam, Could we please get rid of the human rights law it  was meant to work for the for the law abiding people not the criminals but it been used by the greedy lawyers to help them and the illegal people entering this country please get this stopped  as soon as possible.                          yours sincerely F.R.L England   

human rights law

i would like to see the human rights  law abolished. and a new law put in its place  one that all these do gooders .could not play about with to suit their purpose  the lawyers do very nicely out of the present law  when the guilty  are more protected than the innocent.

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i would like to see the human rights  law abolished. and a new law put in its place  one that all these do gooders .could not play about with to suit their purpose  the lawyers do very nicely out of the present law  when the guilty  are more protected than the innocent.

human rights law . should apply only to people that uphold the law.

to amend the human rights  law .      if    the person whos human rights  are at risk ….is convicted  of a crime  that puts the lives of many people  in danger  .that person  should have no rights ..and no judge , or anyone else. should   use the law . to say that person must be allowed  to live here in this country   and that includes   the eu. courts

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to amend the human rights  law .      if    the person whos human rights  are at risk ….is convicted  of a crime  that puts the lives of many people  in danger  .that person  should have no rights ..and no judge , or anyone else. should   use the law . to say that person must be allowed  to live here in this country   and that includes   the eu. courts

Repeal the Hunting (Ban) Act

The Act banning hunting originated out of gross prejudice, as several of the authors have subsequently admitted ("pay-back for the miners", "hate the toffs", "it's all about class" etc).

If hunting were the preserve of immigrants, say, Labour would have flocked to its defence.

This a law which has eroded the liberty of those who hunt, which a Government Inquiry confirmed had no purpose and which has seen several ordinary, law abiding citizens having to fight criminal charges (invariably successfully).

The police clearly have little interest in trying to enforce it as: it enjoys very little local support in areas primarily affected, the potential miscreants are the most law-abiding element in the locale and it is virtually impossible to enforce.

The Hunting Act should be among the first laws on any list for repeal.

Why is this idea important?

The Act banning hunting originated out of gross prejudice, as several of the authors have subsequently admitted ("pay-back for the miners", "hate the toffs", "it's all about class" etc).

If hunting were the preserve of immigrants, say, Labour would have flocked to its defence.

This a law which has eroded the liberty of those who hunt, which a Government Inquiry confirmed had no purpose and which has seen several ordinary, law abiding citizens having to fight criminal charges (invariably successfully).

The police clearly have little interest in trying to enforce it as: it enjoys very little local support in areas primarily affected, the potential miscreants are the most law-abiding element in the locale and it is virtually impossible to enforce.

The Hunting Act should be among the first laws on any list for repeal.

Human Rights Act

Repeal as far as UK is able The Human Rights Act; this country already has a unique system of legal management which works perfectly well and is different from the Continent.

Secondly, we already have The Magna Carta, the original statement of human rights in England. 

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Repeal as far as UK is able The Human Rights Act; this country already has a unique system of legal management which works perfectly well and is different from the Continent.

Secondly, we already have The Magna Carta, the original statement of human rights in England. 

There is no such thing as compromise

I disagree intensely with the idea of fully bringing the death penalty back; it is an outdated and cruel concept, as we have seen with the uproar in Iran over the stoning of the adulteress. However, I also believe that a compromise is necessary. If one commits a catalogue of treasonable offences- say, trying to blow up a plane or try to kill the Queen- then they should face the death penalty if they are British citizens and if there is plenty of evidence to show, and not suggest, that a serious crime has been committed.  

The same idea of compromise applies to smoking; pubs are designed for adults and not children. Therefore, there should be either a smoking room, or one should be able to smoke indoors. This decision is entirely up to the pub management and the landlord. The pub should pay nothing for smoking to be legalised indoors. Restaurants, buses, trains and cabs should remain non-smoking. There is no compromise; it is all or nothing. The preponderance of the population would like a cigarette with their pint; politics goes on and on about Human Rights, well, where have at least some of the smoker's rights got to?

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I disagree intensely with the idea of fully bringing the death penalty back; it is an outdated and cruel concept, as we have seen with the uproar in Iran over the stoning of the adulteress. However, I also believe that a compromise is necessary. If one commits a catalogue of treasonable offences- say, trying to blow up a plane or try to kill the Queen- then they should face the death penalty if they are British citizens and if there is plenty of evidence to show, and not suggest, that a serious crime has been committed.  

The same idea of compromise applies to smoking; pubs are designed for adults and not children. Therefore, there should be either a smoking room, or one should be able to smoke indoors. This decision is entirely up to the pub management and the landlord. The pub should pay nothing for smoking to be legalised indoors. Restaurants, buses, trains and cabs should remain non-smoking. There is no compromise; it is all or nothing. The preponderance of the population would like a cigarette with their pint; politics goes on and on about Human Rights, well, where have at least some of the smoker's rights got to?

Human Rights act

Offenders should automatically loose the right to be protected under this act, rather than the current senario were the police and practically every other body  involved are so afraid of being politically correct, and afraid of offending the criminal, that the victem is forgotten.

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Offenders should automatically loose the right to be protected under this act, rather than the current senario were the police and practically every other body  involved are so afraid of being politically correct, and afraid of offending the criminal, that the victem is forgotten.

prisoners to learn trades as they build their own jails

I hate criminals. Judge pickles said that a house had never been broken into while the burglars were in jail!  Prisoners, as in some states in America, should be taught construction skills in prison, while at the same time building the prisons that keep them away from the rest of us, saving us money, and giving them a trade to use if we ever let them out.

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I hate criminals. Judge pickles said that a house had never been broken into while the burglars were in jail!  Prisoners, as in some states in America, should be taught construction skills in prison, while at the same time building the prisons that keep them away from the rest of us, saving us money, and giving them a trade to use if we ever let them out.