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Terrorism Laws – crows come home to roost?

The misuse of Britain’s hastily conceived anti-terrorism/counter-terrorism laws and security regimes is now affecting society as a whole… a climate of suspicion permeates, with an impact on individual and collective behaviour. Rob Evans and Vikram Dodd¬†in the Guardian, 28th April 2016, ‘A ¬†secretive police unit tasked with spying on alleged extremists intent on committing serious…

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Metrics of Domestic Security

  “The number of women and children arrested on suspicion of terror-related offences has soared in the past year, official figures revealed today.A record number of terror suspects were under the age of 18, with a total of 16 children held by police in 2015, according to the Home Office statistics.A total of 280 suspected…