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United Kingdom: Amnesty International's Briefing for the House of Lords' Second Reading of the Terrorism Bill

, Index number: EUR 45/055/2005

Amnesty International has already commented on previous drafts on the Terrorism Bill, and continues to be concerned that the Bill contains sweeping and vague provisions which, if enacted, could violate the rights to freedom of expression and association of people prosecuted under them, and would have a chilling effect for society at large on its exercise of the rights to freedom of expression and association.

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