Adrift on a tide of panic

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Author(s) The Guardian editorial board
Source The Guardian
Date May 15, 2006
Quotes-start.png "When a judge rules that a detainee should not be deported to a country that uses torture, that is not an act of judicial prissiness but the strict and proper enforcement of an international obligation rightly entered into by the Conservative government in 1985 which has absolutely nothing to do with the Human Rights Act." Quotes-end.png

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This item argues against the position Act should be repealed on the topic Human Rights Act 1998.