That the Government restore freedom and liberty by removing from the DNA Database any records relating to innocent people

The immediate removal of all details of innocent people from the DNA database and restricting any Police DNA database to consist only of people who have been convicted of a crime, and even then for a maximum period of 5 years following release from prison. On arrest of course a suspect’s DNA can be taken to be matched against unsolved crimes, but should then also be destroyed once checked.

Why is this idea important?

The immediate removal of all details of innocent people from the DNA database and restricting any Police DNA database to consist only of people who have been convicted of a crime, and even then for a maximum period of 5 years following release from prison. On arrest of course a suspect’s DNA can be taken to be matched against unsolved crimes, but should then also be destroyed once checked.

Remove young people from police databases

Young people gathering in groups in the evening are seen as a threat by the police, who often ask them to move on and take their names.  These names are then entered into a database and stored for 100 years.  If it is essential to store details of young people who have done little except hang around with a group of friends after dark, and only if it is essential, a 12 month period is long enough, especially as many of these young people are under 18 years old.  This needs to happen immediately and all details of people who have not gone on to commit a crime should be removed permanently.

Why is this idea important?

Young people gathering in groups in the evening are seen as a threat by the police, who often ask them to move on and take their names.  These names are then entered into a database and stored for 100 years.  If it is essential to store details of young people who have done little except hang around with a group of friends after dark, and only if it is essential, a 12 month period is long enough, especially as many of these young people are under 18 years old.  This needs to happen immediately and all details of people who have not gone on to commit a crime should be removed permanently.

Get rid or limit the data retention directive

 

 

The data retention directive (2006/24/EC) was introduced by the Council of Europe under the lead of the former British and Swedish governments.

The directive enforce a minimum storage period for telecommunications traffic data such as e-mail reception and delivery times, source and destination addresses, and more.

The German implementation of the directive was found to be unconstitutional, and independent reviews have been made determining that blanket traffic data retention is most likely a violation of the European Convention for Human Rights (ECHR).

The current Commissioner of Home Affairs (Cecilia Malmstrom), has indicated that she is not very supportive of the directive, but that a repeal of it would not be possible since the Council wants the data retention.

The British government should work with Malmstrom and in the Council, try to build a majority for a repeal or a substantial limitation of the directive (e.g. make it opt-in and not binding).

Why is this idea important?

 

 

The data retention directive (2006/24/EC) was introduced by the Council of Europe under the lead of the former British and Swedish governments.

The directive enforce a minimum storage period for telecommunications traffic data such as e-mail reception and delivery times, source and destination addresses, and more.

The German implementation of the directive was found to be unconstitutional, and independent reviews have been made determining that blanket traffic data retention is most likely a violation of the European Convention for Human Rights (ECHR).

The current Commissioner of Home Affairs (Cecilia Malmstrom), has indicated that she is not very supportive of the directive, but that a repeal of it would not be possible since the Council wants the data retention.

The British government should work with Malmstrom and in the Council, try to build a majority for a repeal or a substantial limitation of the directive (e.g. make it opt-in and not binding).

Get rid of the role of Elective Home Education Inspector within the Local Authority

This is a role that has no legal basis. If it appears that someone is not educating their child at school or otherwise, the state, through legislation, has  some remit. This does not only refer to home education though. It refers to all education.  So therefore, why is home education being treated as a special case? Why are parents who are sending their children to failing schools not being harassed under the exact same Law? Surely if it is ok to create a whole job description to harass home educating parents, then we should be harassing all parents who do not fulfil their section 7 duty? If we aren't going to do that, (and I'm sure nobody wants to really) then why are we paying approx £40,000 per annum to send an inspector to hound parents who simply fulfil their section 7 duty differently?

 

Why is this idea important?

This is a role that has no legal basis. If it appears that someone is not educating their child at school or otherwise, the state, through legislation, has  some remit. This does not only refer to home education though. It refers to all education.  So therefore, why is home education being treated as a special case? Why are parents who are sending their children to failing schools not being harassed under the exact same Law? Surely if it is ok to create a whole job description to harass home educating parents, then we should be harassing all parents who do not fulfil their section 7 duty? If we aren't going to do that, (and I'm sure nobody wants to really) then why are we paying approx £40,000 per annum to send an inspector to hound parents who simply fulfil their section 7 duty differently?

 

Stop Govt and Local Councils from abusing Anti-terrorist legislation

We have this legislation to deal with terrorism and it has been used to:

Remove an old man from the Labour party conference for heckling

Parents suspected of lying on their childs school application form are followed, photographed for weeks.

There have been many more cases and local govt and the police have proven themselves as not trustworthy enough to utilise the law as intended. The legislation should be redefined as to be only used in cases involving terrorism.

Why is this idea important?

We have this legislation to deal with terrorism and it has been used to:

Remove an old man from the Labour party conference for heckling

Parents suspected of lying on their childs school application form are followed, photographed for weeks.

There have been many more cases and local govt and the police have proven themselves as not trustworthy enough to utilise the law as intended. The legislation should be redefined as to be only used in cases involving terrorism.

Repeal s57 of the Finance Act 2010 which allows opening of postal mail without a warrant

A powerful change to the law was made in the rush to pass the Finance Bill at the fag-end of the last parliament.  Section 57 of the Finance Act 2010 amends the Postal Services Act 2000 to allow post to be opened without a warrant and without the presence of the recipient.

To hide such a wide-ranging change to the law in the budget and to rush through parliament during the wash-up I see is itself an affront to our parliamentary democracy.

Furthermore such intrusive surveillance powers should, if a law is absolutely necessary, be limited by the same approval process for telephone surveillance and interception of other communications such as email.
 

Why is this idea important?

A powerful change to the law was made in the rush to pass the Finance Bill at the fag-end of the last parliament.  Section 57 of the Finance Act 2010 amends the Postal Services Act 2000 to allow post to be opened without a warrant and without the presence of the recipient.

To hide such a wide-ranging change to the law in the budget and to rush through parliament during the wash-up I see is itself an affront to our parliamentary democracy.

Furthermore such intrusive surveillance powers should, if a law is absolutely necessary, be limited by the same approval process for telephone surveillance and interception of other communications such as email.
 

Scrap e-borders scheme

The e-borders scheme is yet another massive Labour database system. The new government has announced it is scrapping a fewof these and toned down a few more, but it intends to continue with this Labour database.

 

Scrap it and government could save millions.

 

Why is this idea important?

The e-borders scheme is yet another massive Labour database system. The new government has announced it is scrapping a fewof these and toned down a few more, but it intends to continue with this Labour database.

 

Scrap it and government could save millions.

 

Stop snooping

Stop council officers and anyone without a warrant from spying on people with cameras, phone-taps etc. I'm a law-abiding person – leave me alone and stop prying!

Why is this idea important?

Stop council officers and anyone without a warrant from spying on people with cameras, phone-taps etc. I'm a law-abiding person – leave me alone and stop prying!

Scrapping of CCTV Cameras in Classrooms in Schools

Since around about 2008 more and more classrooms throughout the UK have been installing CCTV survellience equipment under many forms of guises some claiming for monitoring behaviour others for teacher training. In my eyes this act is a step to far especially when cameras were installed in multiple rooms in my own school under the claim of teacher training. The information commissioner was not consulted nor was legal advice, it is a sickening invasion of privacy and goes only further to soften up our children to accepting a big brother state. To make matters worse the company that sells such equipment Class Watch was chaired by Tory MP and now Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Children and Families Tim Loughton. If that is not a conflict of interests and a complete stain on his position then I'm not sure what is. Throughout the installation of these cameras no student was consulted or parental consent asked. I have campaigned rigourously against this gross invasion of privacy and our childrens right to an undisturbed education where they can freely speak their mind without the fear of who is watching or listening.

Why is this idea important?

Since around about 2008 more and more classrooms throughout the UK have been installing CCTV survellience equipment under many forms of guises some claiming for monitoring behaviour others for teacher training. In my eyes this act is a step to far especially when cameras were installed in multiple rooms in my own school under the claim of teacher training. The information commissioner was not consulted nor was legal advice, it is a sickening invasion of privacy and goes only further to soften up our children to accepting a big brother state. To make matters worse the company that sells such equipment Class Watch was chaired by Tory MP and now Parliamentary Undersecretary of State for Children and Families Tim Loughton. If that is not a conflict of interests and a complete stain on his position then I'm not sure what is. Throughout the installation of these cameras no student was consulted or parental consent asked. I have campaigned rigourously against this gross invasion of privacy and our childrens right to an undisturbed education where they can freely speak their mind without the fear of who is watching or listening.

Reform Data Protection Legislation

Protection of personal data is areasonable aim, but the operation of the current law creates obstruction not protection.  At present many public and private organisations hide behind data protection legislation citing it as a reason for failing to provide adequate customer service two examples, there are many many others:

– My library will not allow me to know the books other members of the family have taken out in order to check and return them .

– My gas, phone and power utilities providers will only speak to the 'account holder'.

This is not protecting anyones' privacy it is obstructing the reasonable operation of household units.  At the very least there should be a requirement for any organisation believing the act forces them to implement the controls to allow people to 'opt out' of such 'protection' or nominate others who may access all the information involved.  

This would greatly reduce the cost of bureaucracy and wasted time.

Why is this idea important?

Protection of personal data is areasonable aim, but the operation of the current law creates obstruction not protection.  At present many public and private organisations hide behind data protection legislation citing it as a reason for failing to provide adequate customer service two examples, there are many many others:

– My library will not allow me to know the books other members of the family have taken out in order to check and return them .

– My gas, phone and power utilities providers will only speak to the 'account holder'.

This is not protecting anyones' privacy it is obstructing the reasonable operation of household units.  At the very least there should be a requirement for any organisation believing the act forces them to implement the controls to allow people to 'opt out' of such 'protection' or nominate others who may access all the information involved.  

This would greatly reduce the cost of bureaucracy and wasted time.

The United Commonweath – A Law By Sam Johnston

I wish for a new Law to be passed which protects all the peoples in the United Kingdom, not only in freedoms but in liberties and powers too. At all times the Commonwealth peoples are entitled to:

  1. Freedom of Speech – The freedom to express an idea or believe without scrutiny or persecution.

  2. Freedom of Choice – The freedom to do as one chooses. Without scrutiny or persecution. Unless in a manner that threatens these laws.

  3. Freedom of Life – The freedom to live. Citizens, Governments, Police etc. should never restrict this.  

  4. Freedom to Settle –  The people of the United Kingdom should be allowed to settle on public or unused land and property without prosecution. So long as other laws are not broken.

Other areas of our law must be rewritten to ensure liberties and freedoms are not restricted, these include.

  1. Drugs – Prohibition has never worked, and the people of the UK should be given information and advice regarding drugs rather than a useless classification system which implies “these are safe and these are not.” Taking a substance in my eyes is not a criminal offence.

  2. Fees and Fines – The people of the UK should not be subject to fines and fees at any point. With driving; CCTV and Local Police should be the only means of identifying reckless driving and drivers should be penalised accordingly with points and removal of licenses. Not with pety fines and "slaps on the wrist." People can speed and pay a fine, but can't speed when they've had their license taken away. The same applies to Privately owned companies like National Rail, Banks and Others alike who seem to be PLC's able to issue fines for services rendered.

  3. Police Powers – Innocent until proven guilty. Police should not be allowed to stop and search without good reason. If a warrant for search is not issued, police should not be able to search a persons person or house without permission this includes by method of helicopter and CCTV. No Warrant – No Right!

  4. Entrapment – The Police or Government should never be able to put a citizen in a position of Entrapment. Police should not be allowed to drive unmarked cars or wear casual clothes whilst on the beat. Tempting criminals with dummy houses for robbery or with fast unmarked cars should not be allowed and is un ethical crime fighting.

  5. The Right to Protest – If a group or population are unhappy with choices made by their business or political institution they should be able to appeal by method of peaceful protest.


 

Why is this idea important?

I wish for a new Law to be passed which protects all the peoples in the United Kingdom, not only in freedoms but in liberties and powers too. At all times the Commonwealth peoples are entitled to:

  1. Freedom of Speech – The freedom to express an idea or believe without scrutiny or persecution.

  2. Freedom of Choice – The freedom to do as one chooses. Without scrutiny or persecution. Unless in a manner that threatens these laws.

  3. Freedom of Life – The freedom to live. Citizens, Governments, Police etc. should never restrict this.  

  4. Freedom to Settle –  The people of the United Kingdom should be allowed to settle on public or unused land and property without prosecution. So long as other laws are not broken.

Other areas of our law must be rewritten to ensure liberties and freedoms are not restricted, these include.

  1. Drugs – Prohibition has never worked, and the people of the UK should be given information and advice regarding drugs rather than a useless classification system which implies “these are safe and these are not.” Taking a substance in my eyes is not a criminal offence.

  2. Fees and Fines – The people of the UK should not be subject to fines and fees at any point. With driving; CCTV and Local Police should be the only means of identifying reckless driving and drivers should be penalised accordingly with points and removal of licenses. Not with pety fines and "slaps on the wrist." People can speed and pay a fine, but can't speed when they've had their license taken away. The same applies to Privately owned companies like National Rail, Banks and Others alike who seem to be PLC's able to issue fines for services rendered.

  3. Police Powers – Innocent until proven guilty. Police should not be allowed to stop and search without good reason. If a warrant for search is not issued, police should not be able to search a persons person or house without permission this includes by method of helicopter and CCTV. No Warrant – No Right!

  4. Entrapment – The Police or Government should never be able to put a citizen in a position of Entrapment. Police should not be allowed to drive unmarked cars or wear casual clothes whilst on the beat. Tempting criminals with dummy houses for robbery or with fast unmarked cars should not be allowed and is un ethical crime fighting.

  5. The Right to Protest – If a group or population are unhappy with choices made by their business or political institution they should be able to appeal by method of peaceful protest.


 

TAXI AND PRIVATE HIRE CCTV SOUTHAMPTO

IT HAS BEEN MADE COMPULSORY TO HAVE CAMERAS FITTED IN ALL VEHICLE LICENCED BY SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL THESE INCLUDE CHAUFFEUR DRIVEN VEHICLES.IT IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF PEOPLES PRIVACY AND LIBERTIES, WE CANNOT BE LICENCED UNLESS CCTVS ARE FITTED (PARTLY GOVERNMENT FUNDED) WE NOW STAND TO LOSE CONTRACTS BY COMPANIES WHO WE HAVE BEEN DRIVING FOR OVER 16 YEARS CARRYING VIP'S  AND BUSINESS CLIENTS THE CCTVS PHOTOGRAPH AND VOCALLY RECORD EVERYTHING. PLEASE STOP THIS INTRUSIVE LEGISLATION NOW!!

Why is this idea important?

IT HAS BEEN MADE COMPULSORY TO HAVE CAMERAS FITTED IN ALL VEHICLE LICENCED BY SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL THESE INCLUDE CHAUFFEUR DRIVEN VEHICLES.IT IS AN INFRINGEMENT OF PEOPLES PRIVACY AND LIBERTIES, WE CANNOT BE LICENCED UNLESS CCTVS ARE FITTED (PARTLY GOVERNMENT FUNDED) WE NOW STAND TO LOSE CONTRACTS BY COMPANIES WHO WE HAVE BEEN DRIVING FOR OVER 16 YEARS CARRYING VIP'S  AND BUSINESS CLIENTS THE CCTVS PHOTOGRAPH AND VOCALLY RECORD EVERYTHING. PLEASE STOP THIS INTRUSIVE LEGISLATION NOW!!

Cease making Housing Associations ask for ‘profiling information’

All housing associations are expected to ask very personal questions of their tenants. Top of the list of really contentious questions are 'Sexuality' or 'Transexual'.

Why is this idea important?

All housing associations are expected to ask very personal questions of their tenants. Top of the list of really contentious questions are 'Sexuality' or 'Transexual'.

Remove the right of access to our homes from local authorities

Pitt the Elder in 1706 defined that "an Englishmans home is his castle" and until the Labour Government this principle was only waived for specific Government bodies such as Police and Customs but not nearly a hundred bodies can claim the right of access down to minor local officials.

Why is this idea important?

Pitt the Elder in 1706 defined that "an Englishmans home is his castle" and until the Labour Government this principle was only waived for specific Government bodies such as Police and Customs but not nearly a hundred bodies can claim the right of access down to minor local officials.

Everything Related to ‘Sex Offending’ Requires Evidence-Based Reform

In 1997, what may have appeared to be a reasonable and beneficial idea, towards a better society, has now become a living nightmare for many individuals and families.

Since that time, mission creep, populist political posturing and law-making, along with the vested interests of the media, lobby groups and a stifling regime of policing, has led to fear, disenfranchisement and little hope towards a worthy future for these people and their families.

This, not small, group of UK citizens, some isolated and poverty-stricken for no good reason, has little real support, a limited ability to fight for their Civil and Human Rights and some, quite unacceptably, live in constant fear of attack or harassment.

So, who can these people be? Who is this sizeable, yet, apparently, invisible group? Who could be suffering so much and yet be receiving so little attention? This group of people are the so-called ‘Sex Offenders’ and their families. This group includes me.

This must end.

Why is this idea important?

In 1997, what may have appeared to be a reasonable and beneficial idea, towards a better society, has now become a living nightmare for many individuals and families.

Since that time, mission creep, populist political posturing and law-making, along with the vested interests of the media, lobby groups and a stifling regime of policing, has led to fear, disenfranchisement and little hope towards a worthy future for these people and their families.

This, not small, group of UK citizens, some isolated and poverty-stricken for no good reason, has little real support, a limited ability to fight for their Civil and Human Rights and some, quite unacceptably, live in constant fear of attack or harassment.

So, who can these people be? Who is this sizeable, yet, apparently, invisible group? Who could be suffering so much and yet be receiving so little attention? This group of people are the so-called ‘Sex Offenders’ and their families. This group includes me.

This must end.

Repeal or Amend ‘ RIPA’ (Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act)

Under anti-terrorist laws the powers of Covert Surveillance was extended to a large range of State organizations, including Local Councils. Even organizations to which you may owe money to.

The threshold of who can authorize surveillance is considerably lowered; Previously these powers could only be authorized by Senior officers in Police and Security Services and the Home Secretary.

The purposes for which it can be used for have been greatly extended

Councils have been using these powers in a major way for a whole range of low level crimes and misdemeanours (Even ‘Dog Fouling’ ) . I am sure you have read other stories in the Press.
 

One family was watched for a month, by Council agents from  cars, filmed, schedule recorded, followed on the School Run etc. Why? To make sure that they weren’t cheating on their School Application Form.
 

The offending article is literally two lines in a paragraph. (Sorry but I lost the files on my Laptop so you will have to check it out yourself.)
It truly is The Devil In the Detail.

Without Repealing or Amending this section of the Bill it is a waste of time.The relevant bill is named; ‘Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act’ (RIPA)


Ministers saying ,it should be regulated better will not make the fundamental change necessary. After all, regulations can change at whim, but laws are much harder to change.

 

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Why is this idea important?

Under anti-terrorist laws the powers of Covert Surveillance was extended to a large range of State organizations, including Local Councils. Even organizations to which you may owe money to.

The threshold of who can authorize surveillance is considerably lowered; Previously these powers could only be authorized by Senior officers in Police and Security Services and the Home Secretary.

The purposes for which it can be used for have been greatly extended

Councils have been using these powers in a major way for a whole range of low level crimes and misdemeanours (Even ‘Dog Fouling’ ) . I am sure you have read other stories in the Press.
 

One family was watched for a month, by Council agents from  cars, filmed, schedule recorded, followed on the School Run etc. Why? To make sure that they weren’t cheating on their School Application Form.
 

The offending article is literally two lines in a paragraph. (Sorry but I lost the files on my Laptop so you will have to check it out yourself.)
It truly is The Devil In the Detail.

Without Repealing or Amending this section of the Bill it is a waste of time.The relevant bill is named; ‘Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act’ (RIPA)


Ministers saying ,it should be regulated better will not make the fundamental change necessary. After all, regulations can change at whim, but laws are much harder to change.

 

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curbing reporting of offenders before conviction

I feel that all accused should be allowed the privilege of not having their personal information in the Press before conviction. I firmly believe that everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Suspected sex offenders and rapists have that tag with them throughout life even when cleared by a court. If there was no reporting until after conviction then that would remove the stigma and stop innocent people from having this tag follow them through life. People have attempted suicide due to being named in the Press and subsequently found innocent.

Why is this idea important?

I feel that all accused should be allowed the privilege of not having their personal information in the Press before conviction. I firmly believe that everyone is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Suspected sex offenders and rapists have that tag with them throughout life even when cleared by a court. If there was no reporting until after conviction then that would remove the stigma and stop innocent people from having this tag follow them through life. People have attempted suicide due to being named in the Press and subsequently found innocent.

Local Authority CCTV

Whereas I agree that some councils have abused their right to install covert CCTV, by putting them in bins or watching people taking their children to school, it would be counter productive to remove the right for local authorities to install CCTV

 I work for a local authority community safety team and fit covert CCTV at the request of local residents to try to find those responsible for painting graffiti on their property, damaging their walls, gardens or cars etc.

 None of these would be serious enough for Police to install CCTV.

 Recently we fitted a camera for an 83 year old lady. Youths playing football in the street would often kick the balls into her garden and trample on her flowers to get them. She was very upset and as she had limited mobility her garden was her only enjoyment.

 

Police had made enquiries but could not identify those responsible. We fitted a camera just looking from her window at her front gate. We identified two youths, spoke to their parents and the problem was solved. No one was arrested or criminalised.

 Surely that cannot be an invasion into those young people’s civil liberties.

 Please consider leaving the power for local authorities to install CCTV, at resident’s request and in consultation with Police, for crime and disorder purposes.

Why is this idea important?

Whereas I agree that some councils have abused their right to install covert CCTV, by putting them in bins or watching people taking their children to school, it would be counter productive to remove the right for local authorities to install CCTV

 I work for a local authority community safety team and fit covert CCTV at the request of local residents to try to find those responsible for painting graffiti on their property, damaging their walls, gardens or cars etc.

 None of these would be serious enough for Police to install CCTV.

 Recently we fitted a camera for an 83 year old lady. Youths playing football in the street would often kick the balls into her garden and trample on her flowers to get them. She was very upset and as she had limited mobility her garden was her only enjoyment.

 

Police had made enquiries but could not identify those responsible. We fitted a camera just looking from her window at her front gate. We identified two youths, spoke to their parents and the problem was solved. No one was arrested or criminalised.

 Surely that cannot be an invasion into those young people’s civil liberties.

 Please consider leaving the power for local authorities to install CCTV, at resident’s request and in consultation with Police, for crime and disorder purposes.

employers rights to your medical information

My employer "offers" free medical checks and advice.  The catch is that you can not refuse.  As part of this "benefit" you are required to provide your GPs address and contact number and a consent form has to be signed for the employer to request a copy of your records through a third party ( a medical company they pay). 

I have nothing to hide but I do not think that employers should have the right to access and then retain your medical details for what ever use.  I believe that you should be able to opt out of this "benefit" and continue to have your job with no recriminations.  I also believe that people if offered health screening should be able to choose their own health screener and choose which information to share with third parties.

Why is this idea important?

My employer "offers" free medical checks and advice.  The catch is that you can not refuse.  As part of this "benefit" you are required to provide your GPs address and contact number and a consent form has to be signed for the employer to request a copy of your records through a third party ( a medical company they pay). 

I have nothing to hide but I do not think that employers should have the right to access and then retain your medical details for what ever use.  I believe that you should be able to opt out of this "benefit" and continue to have your job with no recriminations.  I also believe that people if offered health screening should be able to choose their own health screener and choose which information to share with third parties.

Reduce spying on us in the street

We need less survellance of the general public by CCTV cameras as thr UK is the most watched society in the world. I for one feel uncomfortable that I am being contantly monitored even in ordinary residential streets when there seems to be little evidence that any of this actually deters or helps solve much crime or anti social behaviour.

Meanwhile and very ironically as a photographer I have been challenged by police for daring to take photographs of buildings (not even people) as part of my hobby.

 

Why is this idea important?

We need less survellance of the general public by CCTV cameras as thr UK is the most watched society in the world. I for one feel uncomfortable that I am being contantly monitored even in ordinary residential streets when there seems to be little evidence that any of this actually deters or helps solve much crime or anti social behaviour.

Meanwhile and very ironically as a photographer I have been challenged by police for daring to take photographs of buildings (not even people) as part of my hobby.

 

liberties

Remove the right for anyone to film people in their private property for any use against them in a court of law or for media purposes, the right to defend yourself property and family with extreme force, free legal guidance at all times not just for the criminals or foreigners.  British people to have the first choice of all jobs available before any other nationalities

Why is this idea important?

Remove the right for anyone to film people in their private property for any use against them in a court of law or for media purposes, the right to defend yourself property and family with extreme force, free legal guidance at all times not just for the criminals or foreigners.  British people to have the first choice of all jobs available before any other nationalities

End All Forms Of Arbitrary Surveillance

I simply propose that there should be an outright ban on arbitrary surveillance of the population without evidence leading to suspicion of a crime.

This includes, but is not limited to:

Why is this idea important?

I simply propose that there should be an outright ban on arbitrary surveillance of the population without evidence leading to suspicion of a crime.

This includes, but is not limited to:

Requiring disclosure of encryption keys

Part three of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 brings in a legal requirement for people to provide law enforcement with encryption keys upon request.

Revise RIPA to remove this requirement.

Why is this idea important?

Part three of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 brings in a legal requirement for people to provide law enforcement with encryption keys upon request.

Revise RIPA to remove this requirement.

How about a European crb system

i don't know if this is the right place to make this suggestion and if the idea did take off then it would need a great deal of work, money and time to which the country doesn't really have and to make things even worse I have done no prior reading so if this has been or will be implemented in the future or even is in operation as we speak then I apologise.

Obviously our domestic crb system needs to be drastically streamlined but if we are to work closer with our European counterparts then I feel a European crb system could work. I don't know how as yet but I thought that I might as well throw this idea in the politely queuing crowd and see what ideas and suggestions other people make of it.

Why is this idea important?

i don't know if this is the right place to make this suggestion and if the idea did take off then it would need a great deal of work, money and time to which the country doesn't really have and to make things even worse I have done no prior reading so if this has been or will be implemented in the future or even is in operation as we speak then I apologise.

Obviously our domestic crb system needs to be drastically streamlined but if we are to work closer with our European counterparts then I feel a European crb system could work. I don't know how as yet but I thought that I might as well throw this idea in the politely queuing crowd and see what ideas and suggestions other people make of it.