Titel: Terrorism in the United Kingdom
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17. Dezember 2012 - kartoniert - 44 Seiten
Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 43. Chapters: Anti-terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001, BIKINI state, Counter-Terrorism Act 2008, David Davis by-election campaign, 2008, John Murray v United Kingdom, John the Painter, Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, List of people convicted under Anti-Terrorism Act in the United Kingdom, List of terrorist incidents in Great Britain, Miles Cooper letter bomb campaign, Mudiad Amddiffyn Cymru, National Security Strategy (United Kingdom), Prevention of Terrorism (Temporary Provisions) Act 1989, Prevention of Terrorism Acts, Prevention of Terrorism Act 2005, Ravindra Mhatre, Special Immigration Appeals Commission, Terrorism Act 2000, Terrorism Act 2006, Terrorist Asset-Freezing (Temporary Provisions) Act 2010, UK Threat Levels. Excerpt: 47 article summaries including: Teaching about terrorism in the United Kingdom: how it is done and what problems it causes . Religion and the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act, 2001 . Parallel Policies and Contradictory Practices: The Case of Social Cohesion and Counter-Terrorism in the United Kingdom . Privy Counsellor Review Committee Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 Review . Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism Legislation - A Study of Measures of Derogation from Human Rights Provisions with Particular Regard to the UK and the Anti-terrorism, Crime and . The Terrorism Act 2000: an analysis . Snap a copper, come a cropper(Counter-Terrorism Act 2008)(Brief article). When the net tightens on justice: Britain's manoeuvres to ship terrorist suspect Abu Qatada out of the country are undermining the rule of law. English Maritime Law Update: 2005. In a spin about money laundering. Insider Dealing and Money Laundering in the EU: Law and Regulation. The rule of law in Blair's Britain(former British Prime Minister Tony Blair). Learning from Britain's mistakes: best practices and legislative revision in Canadian immigration law. OECD urges tough action on bribery. Britain's own Guantanamo. Compelling Evidence. the politics column. Barriers and borders after September 11th(Feature on Immigration Law). Global reach of anti-terrorism laws(Legal Issues). 'Draconian' anti-corruption law puts buyers in danger. Thomas v Mowbray: Australia's 'war on terror' reaches the High Court. How panic threatens civil liberties. Balancing customers rights with police requests (Brooks on the Law). Regulation of ISPs: Fiona Harvey examines what laws and regulations ISPs are subject to with regard to holding and transmitting client data on the Web. Procurement caught in the crossfire. Fighting Corruption. ENGLISH MARITIME LAW UPDATE: 2004. LITIGATION: Caught cold. Laundry list: money launderers look to housing to pass off big sums of money and loan advisers must be ready to tackle the problem(Mortgage brief: our panel evaluate networks' offers of free PI cover to ARs and consider whether LTVs over house value represent responsible lending). I'm a purchaser, get me out of here!. Policing the Web(Internet Watch Foundation ). Revenue & Customs Investigations in the 21st Century(Taxation). A Wale of a problem: the Welsh National Assembly (Global Notebook). The dragon and the flame: an analysis of the Welsh arson campaign. Phoney war. Be part of the terrorism solution, Lloyd's chief urges businesses(Briefing). London Marks Anniversary of Deadly Attacks. Exchange with reporters prior to discussions with Prime Minister John Major of the United Kingdom in Lyons (Pres Bill Clinton; France)(Transcript). Cl...