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The human rights act strikes again

Two citizens of Libya came to Britain on forged passports. One of them is connected to al-Qaeda. The other has connections with the Islamists who bombed Madrid, killing 191 people. Justice Ouseley has interpreted the Human Rights Act to mean that they cannot be sent back to Libya, because they might be hurt, and will be allowed to be free in Britain. This is outrageous idiocy.

If Britain relied on the protections of our common law and a sensible, independent judiciary instead of the Human Rights Act, which was forced on us by virtue of our membership of the European Union, Britain would be a much safer place, and the human rights of the people living here would be much better protected.