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Civil Liberties

  • Civil Liberties

    A Signature Quilt for Danette Chavis

    Police brutality in there USA is interacting with social media and civil rights in a brand new way that’s affecting the law,  relationships with the state […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 16th Jun'15 6
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    Human Rights Act 1, Scene 3

    The debate about the Human Rights Act is confused and confusing. ‘So what is to be done? And what is the new Tory government proposing? […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 4th Jun'15 23
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    Brit Democracy

    Kate Smurthwaite ‏tweeted us to say: “During my show at #OccupyDemocracy the police surged in and arrested a man for sleeping on a piece of […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 26th Oct'14 5
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    The Internet is Being Recast

    The incredible bigotry and misogyny cast against Caroline Criado-Perez and Stella Creasy on Twitter, Cameron’s proposals to combat abusive imagery and the secret Soca list […]

    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 31st Jul'13 6
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    Beyond a Politics of Resentment

    A new generation is emerging, arguing for Scottish independence on a radical, inclusive basis. Liam O’Hare, one of the organisers of the Farage protest is […]

    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 20th May'13 42
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    We need National Collective

    So, the Augusta National Golf Club, that paean to tradition and bastion of all things traditionally WASP has decided to punish the 14 year old […]

    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 13th Apr'13 10
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    The Gallowgate Blues

    This eyewitness report of heavy-handed policing of a peaceful protest on Saturday by journalist Angela Haggerty (see also “Police were “commendable” at banned demonstration by […]

    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 18th Mar'13 16
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    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 21st Jan'13 2
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    British Values

    In 2006, Corporal Donald Payne was the first British soldier to be convicted of a war crime in this country under the International Criminal Court […]

    By Bella Caledonia Webguy 19th Jan'13 9
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    By Bella Caledonia Editor 15th Nov'12 0
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    You are All Suspects Now

    You are all potential terrorists. It matters not that you live in Britain, the United States, Australia or the Middle East. Citizenship is effectively abolished.  […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 5th May'12 0
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    I Am the Evidence

    There is a programme on Radio 4 called The Unbelievable Truth in which panellists compete to see how many nuggets of truth they are able […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 28th Apr'12 4
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    British Justice

    On 5 April 2012, Barbar Ahmad became the first prisoner in a British jail to be interviewed on television from behind bars in this BBC […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 8th Apr'12 1
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    Wean’s World

    Today is World Day for the Prevention of Abuse and Violence against Children. Tomorrow is the United Nation’s Universal Children’s Day. Yet, this weekend there […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 19th Nov'11 10
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    Dale Farm – Hurtling Backwards

    Going to press tonight news that a temporary reprieve has been won. I can’t pretend to have followed the saga of Dale Farm up close […]

    By Bella Caledonia Editor 19th Sep'11 4

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