Theresa May & Human Rights
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. Human rights are commonly understood as inalienable fundamental rights to which a person is inherently entitled simply because she or he is a human being./5
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Big news: Theresa May to fight 2020 election on plans to take UK out of European Convention on Human Rights
Theresa May still plans to leave the ECHR: Should politicians know SOME history? We need the human…
Theresa May "will NOT pull out of the European Court of Human Rights until at least 2020".
Theresa May's plan to remove the UK from the European Convention on Human Rights is neither human nor right. Please RT…
BREAKING: Theresa May plans UK exit from European Court of Human Rights, according to the Telegraph
Theresa May is refusing to condemn Saudi membership of UN Human Rights council despite atrocities in Yemen
Theresa May plans to opt out of the European Court of Human Rights, just as it launches an investigation into HER
This is the best thing Theresa May has done protect our armed forces from crazy Human Rights
Theresa May to make sure British troops are exempt from European human rights laws during combat
Are many forgetting that Theresa May also demanded a few months ago that the European Convention on Human Rights be total…
Theresa May speech that laid out plans to scrap the Human Rights Act deleted from the internet
Theresa May needs to remember that Human Rights are an important part of Britain's values.
So the votes have now been counted for the districts and the EU yet to come, I have been conservative all my life but went UKIP this time, Mr Cameron offered a referendum, still waiting, was going to abolish Human Rights, still waiting, and less immigration and yet it increases, I say no-one comes into this country unless they have a job there for them and they can speak English and abide by our laws, we need a change of leader, no coalition which has been a complete disaster with Clegg dictating to David Cameron, Give Theresa May a chance, she is level headed and gets things done, and does not mind if she is unpopular sometimes, she cares about Britain and its people we have only a few months to change and they do not there is a possibility of another 5 years of a weak hung Parliament
I am writing to you regarding my previous complain ref. no-2865 related issues which I still concerned.The subject is- I recently got married with "Katherine Hossain" on 9th June,2013 staff member of Westminster Reference library,35 St.Martin's Street,London WC2H 7HP at Missionaries of Charity hostel conducted by Sister Joshlyn as we stayed there as homeless and as rule we had left after our fixed time.We now splitedly living for the situation ,she staying at her workplace with her mom who also staff of same library as special provision.But, I still keep struggling to meet/contact with my wife "Katherine' as some of her divorced husband "Amnesty UK Human Rights lawyer 'IAR' and his relatives who been saked since 2007 for his mental disability such lkie unfairly torture on her even he was Human Rights lawyer still trying to trouble her as previous reference such like 1 relative guy in same library staffs and other relatives as library members trying to directly/indirectly stop us to contact for which we st ...
Listening to Theresa May: Nasty on immigration, clueless on Human Rights, backwards on crime. Terrifying.
Which human rights is Theresa May opposed to? no explanation just abolish Human Rights Act
Theresa May says the Torys will scrap the European Human Rights Act. Have a feeling it will help them punish the poor more easily
Theresa May says next Tory manifesto will promise to scrap the Human Rights Act and will quit the Euro Human Rights Conve…
Sorry... did I hear that right!? Theresa May saying that we should leave the Human Rights Convention... ? Deport criminals first... hear appeals later?! WHAT!? I'm genuinely not joking, or meaning to make light of this, but this is how Nazi Germany started...
My new blog "Proceed with Caution: British Ministers' Relentless Attacks on Human Rights" h…
Theresa May wants to scrap EU convention on Human Rights... That thing she used to prevent the extradition of Gary Mckinnon
Well done Theresa May and everyone who worked hard to get rid of Qatada. It is sad that Human Rights, who protected Qatada, and cost the tax payer well over 2 million pounds.
Home Secretary Theresa May WRONG With Passport Claim The Universal Declaration of Human Rights is generally agreed to be the foundation of international human-rights law and covers the issue of nationality that would arise if Theresa May was to follow through on her warning. The article states: THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction 1) Everyone has the right to a nationality. (2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nation ...
At least Ken Clarke understands what Human Rights are for. Not all Tories are scum. Theresa May is though.
He was curiously silent when Theresa May was making noise about withdrawing from the European Convention on Human Rights.
Nick Clegg - He focused on Home Secretary Theresa May's speech on Saturday, in which she said leaving the European Convention on Human Rights remained "on the table", telling delegates: "Well, I tell you, it won't be on the cabinet table so long as I'm sitting round it." - this is the reason why the Lib Dems have to go I'm sure this was a good idea in theory trouble is the only people benefiting from this are criminals and scumbags, which is why it doesn't work in practice, come on Theresa May grow a pair and kick this out.
'Theresa May wants to rip up the EC on Human Rights to sack up to the right wing newspapers and become the next Tory leader'. John Prescott.
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.
Salman Rushdie shouts at Theresa May for his Human Rights and £millions more in "Protection", DHSS to deal with his 200 grandchildren.
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.
The European Court of Human Rights today rejected an appeal by radical cleric Abu Qatada against his deportation to Jordan, a development that was hailed by Home Secretary Theresa May.
Theresa May, you're not making me feel any safer! Trying to circumvent Abu Qatada's fundamental human rights. who's next?
"Theresa May will order a crackdown on the "abuse" of human rights laws that is stopping foreign criminals being deported, it has been reported. The Home Secretary will put in place tougher immigration rules by the summer, according to The Sunday Telegraph. She has pledged to stop all but the most "exceptional cases" succeeding on appeal after becoming convinced that tougher controls were needed to prevent criminals using the "right to a family life" - under Article 8 of the European Convention on Human Rights - to stay in Britain." BYE BYE Abu Qatada do you want a hand packing your bags -)
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