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UK: Amnesty International's briefing for the House of Commons' second reading of the Terrorism Bill

, Index number: EUR 45/047/2005

This document outlines Amnesty International's concerns about a number of provisions of the Terrorism Bill. Having carefully considered some provisions in the Terrorism Bill in light of international human rights standards, particularly those concerned with the rights to liberty, to the presumption of innocence and to freedom of expression and association, Amnesty International considers that a number of the Bill's provisions are inconsistent with the UK's obligations under domestic and international human rights law.

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