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 Post subject: The legislation thread
PostPosted: Sun, 21 May 2006 20:42:47 +0000 
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I thought it would be useful to have a sticky for legislation. It's so easy to get lost in the legislative whirlpool which has been the last nine years - and that's if you were already au fait with legislation previous to that!

Here's the idea: if you refer to an Act of Parliament which you think is particularly relevant, add a link to it (not the full text!) to the thread, so that those reading your post have an easy point of reference.

I hope this will be a valuable resource. If not, let me know at liz@no2id.net and I'll apply the glue-remover and let it fly free into cyberspace.


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 Post subject: ID Cards Act 2006
PostPosted: Sun, 21 May 2006 20:44:31 +0000 
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I'll start with the biggie:

The Identity Cards Act 2006

The full text of the legislation which we're trying to stop!

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 Post subject: Human Rights Act 1998
PostPosted: Sun, 21 May 2006 20:47:15 +0000 
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And another useful one:

The Human Rights Act 1998

Your actual rights are set out in the Schedule at the end of the Act.

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 Post subject: Commencement Order No.2
PostPosted: Tue, 03 Oct 2006 12:24:50 +0000 
http://www.opsi.gov.uk/si/si2006/20062602.htm

Brings s.37 (Report to Parliament about likely cost of ID cards scheme) into effect on 30th September.

In case anyone thinks this is likely to be informative, they should note that the report is prospective only - it deals with future estimates rather than past expenditures (which will have to be excavated by the Public Accounts Committee, National Audit Office, et al.), and any detailed costings for items not yet contracted for will probably be excluded ad lib from the reports as "likely to be prejudicial to securing best value from the use of public money".


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PostPosted: Thu, 07 Dec 2006 18:32:22 +0000 
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s.23 Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005

Useful for those who are leafletting. It's a prohibition on distributing free printed matter EXCEPT for charities, religious and political purposes, so we're okay as a political purpose.

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 Post subject: Re: Human Rights Act 1998
PostPosted: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 02:03:15 +0000 
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liz wrote:
And another useful one:

The Human Rights Act 1998

Your actual rights are set out in the Schedule at the end of the Act.


holy apple lemonade batman! this piece of legislation basically says the government has the duty to enforce what is morally right!!!

it basically says, "citizens have rights, but only when it is convenient for the government".

how can these laws get passed. i mean, someone with an understanding of law would absolutely know the difference between intrinsic rights, and state granted rights! i pray for their souls that they were genuinely hoodwinked by the lies and excuses.

basically, we dont have any rights. we are an executive decision away from being non-citizens. at least thats my understanding of it.

law doesnt give you freedoms, law doesnt give your rights.
you have rights the moment you're born, from the moment you take your first breath. they are above the law. they give birth to the law.


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PostPosted: Thu, 22 Nov 2007 13:27:17 +0000 
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The Terrorism Act 2000

http://www.opsi.gov.uk/acts/acts2000/uk ... 00011_en_1

which basically outlines how anyone can be a terrorist, the government just has to say so, because the government grants your rights through law, and the law says the government can do what it likes as long as they say "boogy man gonna get ya".


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