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British Court Voids Anti-Terrorism Provision Allowing House Arrests

A High Court judge ruled Wednesday that a key provision of British anti-terrorism law, one that allows a form of house arrest for suspected terrorists, is “conspicuously unfair,” an “affront to justice” and incompatible with European and British human rights law. The sharply worded decision by Judge Jeremy Sullivan was the second time in 18 months that the judiciary has rebuked Prime Minister Tony Blair’s government over laws passed following the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in the United States. Full Story

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