Repeal the Human Rights Act

Repeal the act because the UK can't extradite terrorists because this breaches their human rights ie they could get tortured back home. This puts the human rights of terrorists ahead of the human rights of the population who have the human right not to be blown up getting the tube or bus.

A lifer in prison also has the human right to get married in prison and have IVF treatment (right to a family under the act) – despite the fact  he's a murderer (hardly the best father) and in prison (can't be there for the child). This puts the human rights of a murderer ahead of his victim and society (forced to pay for IVF and benefits for the child who he clearly can't support). 

Their human rights are at the expense of ours. This is political correctness gone mad.

Why is this idea important?

Repeal the act because the UK can't extradite terrorists because this breaches their human rights ie they could get tortured back home. This puts the human rights of terrorists ahead of the human rights of the population who have the human right not to be blown up getting the tube or bus.

A lifer in prison also has the human right to get married in prison and have IVF treatment (right to a family under the act) – despite the fact  he's a murderer (hardly the best father) and in prison (can't be there for the child). This puts the human rights of a murderer ahead of his victim and society (forced to pay for IVF and benefits for the child who he clearly can't support). 

Their human rights are at the expense of ours. This is political correctness gone mad.

That the Government repeal the law which banned the sale of Sodium chlorate weedkiller from September 2009

Many of us want to live in a society where we can go to our local Wilkinsons, Tesco or Pound Shop and buy a tub of Sodium chlorate weedkiller to use. Revoke this ban at once.

Why is this idea important?

Many of us want to live in a society where we can go to our local Wilkinsons, Tesco or Pound Shop and buy a tub of Sodium chlorate weedkiller to use. Revoke this ban at once.

Allow the taking of photographs in public places

 

This concerns those who seek to justify interfering with innocent activities in the name of security. As an amateur photographer I am aware of how often my fellow enthusiasts have been harassed by law enforcement officers when doing no more than taking photographs of public buildings or public areas such as Trafalgar Square. The presumption seems to be that the person involved is either a paedophile or a terrorist and these officials frequently assert that a prohibition exists when it does not. In this case, rather than removing a law, it would be necessary to make it clear that such interference with lawful activities will not be tolerated. It should also be permitted to photograph police officers as this is usually intended to add colour to pictures of London etc.

Why is this idea important?

 

This concerns those who seek to justify interfering with innocent activities in the name of security. As an amateur photographer I am aware of how often my fellow enthusiasts have been harassed by law enforcement officers when doing no more than taking photographs of public buildings or public areas such as Trafalgar Square. The presumption seems to be that the person involved is either a paedophile or a terrorist and these officials frequently assert that a prohibition exists when it does not. In this case, rather than removing a law, it would be necessary to make it clear that such interference with lawful activities will not be tolerated. It should also be permitted to photograph police officers as this is usually intended to add colour to pictures of London etc.