Theresa May & European Court
Theresa Mary May (née Brasier, born 1 October 1956) is a British Conservative politician who is Home Secretary in the Conservative – Liberal Democrat Coalition government. The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR; ) in Strasbourg is a supra-national court established by the European Convention on Human Rights and hears complaints that a contracting state has violated the Human Rights enshrined in the Convention and its protocols. /5
Theresa May opposes future rights of EU residents being guaranteed by the European Court of Justice.
European Court will have no influence over Britain after Brexit, Theresa May to pledge via
Theresa May "will NOT pull out of the European Court of Human Rights until at least 2020".
BREAKING: Theresa May plans UK exit from European Court of Human Rights, according to the Telegraph
Theresa May lost European Court of Justice snoopers' charter case. She has previous for ignoring law so expect she'll…
Breaking: Theresa May has lost European Court of Justice case on snoopers' charter after challenge brought by David Davis…
Theresa May plans to opt out of the European Court of Human Rights, just as it launches an investigation into HER
Take last year. 2012. During this period, how often do you think the dastardly, meddlesome, hyperactive European Court decided to make judgments in cases lodged against the United Kingdom? How many adverse decisions can Theresa May realistically hope will patter off Britannia's shield per annum, if her preferred outcome of withdrawing from the Court's jurisdiction were to be realised? From what volleys of European judicial folly will Lord Chancellor Grayling protect us?
Theresa May is vowing to change the Human Rights Act by removing Article 8 that nearly all deportation appeals are based on. Unfortunately the European Court of Human Rights may prevent this.
If hate cleric Abu Qatada has been told by the European Court his final appeal to stop deportation to Jordan on terrorist charges has been turned down, why is he still spending public money to get bail. Theresa May said there now could be a long legal battle to deport him, why he has no right to be here kick him out now. We fight a war in Afghanistan but we can't even kick out people from our own country who are dangerous. It's about time this government grew some balls and got rid of this kind of rubbish we have here.
Abu Qatada's deportation appeal has been rejected by the European Court of Human Rights and the home secretary, Theresa May, is expected to renew attempt to deport him. May said: "I am pleased by the European court's decision. The Qatada case will now go through the British courts. I am confident the assurances we have from Jordan mean we can put Qatada on a plane and get him out of Britain." A panel of five Human Rights judges ruled that the radical Islamist cleric's lawyers, and not May, were right to claim that his appeal against deportation, lodged at 11.13pm on Tuesday 17 April, had been made within the three-month time limit. But his appeal to the grand chamber that there was a risk he would be tortured if he was sent back to Jordan was rejected without any reasons being specified. Appeals are normally rejected if they do not raise a sufficiently serious new issue or legal question. The decision on his appeal lifts the legal block on the home secretary's attempts to deport Qatada to Jordan to face t ...
A panel of five judges will today hold talks on whether the case should be heard by the Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) in Strasbourg.
European Court panel: Abu Qatada appeal was WITHIN the deadline -despite Theresa May's insistence it was too late - but rejects it
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